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FROM THE ORIGINAL PAINTING BY FOREST. 

GEN. JOHN STARK. 

BORN IN LONDONDERRY, AUGUST 28, 1728; DIED IN MANCHESTER, MAY 8, 1822. 



EARLY RECORDS 



OF THE 



TOWN OF MANCHESTER 



FORMERLY 



DERRYFIELD, N. H 

1817—1828 



A Complete and Exact Transcript of the Records of the Clerks as "Written in 
the Town Records of Manchester, Book No. 3, pages 179 to 
462, inclusive, Comprising 

VOLUME IV 

Of the Printed Records of the Town 

VOLUME XI 

Manchester Historic Association 



Edited, with Introduction, Notes, and Index, by 

GEORGE WALDO BROWNE 

Editor "Proprietors' Records of Tyng Township," " Early Records of Londo n- 

derry, N. H.," "Early Records of Derryfield, N. H.," Vols. I and II, 

"Early Records of Manchester, N. PL," Vol. III. 



Manchester, N. H. 

Published by Authority of the City Council, under the Auspices of the 

Manchester Historic Association. 



Manchester, N. H. 

PRINTED BY THE JOHN B. CLARKE COMPANY 
1909 



1163325 

Qr CITY OF MANCHESTER. 

In Board of Mayor and Aldermen. 
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An Order relating to the printing of the records of the 

Town of Manchester. 


^v Ordered, That the Manchester Historical Society be and 

is hereby authorized and empowered to print the early records 
of the Town of Manchester commencing with that part of 
volume three completed by the said society during the year 
1908 and continuing as far in volume four as the appropria- 
tion will allow; the work to be done under the direction of 
the mayor; the expense thereof to be charged to the appro- 
priation known as "Manchester Historical Society, for print- 
ing early records of the Town of Derryfield now Manchester," 
and shall not exceed the amount of said appropriation. 
Passed. 

In Board of Mayor and Aldermen. 

EUGENE E. REED, Mayor. 
A true record. Attest: 

EDWARD C. SMITH, City Clerk. 
A true copy. Attest: 

EDWARD C. SMITH, City Clerk. 



11 



ACKNOWLEDGMENT. 



The thanks of the editor and the publication committee of 
the Manchester Historic Association are due to His Honor 
Mayor Eugene E. Reed, Mr. Edward C. Smith, city clerk, for 
advice and help, and to all others who have kindly given 
their support toward publishing these early records of the 
township of Manchester, formerly incorporated as Derryfield. 

G. WALDO BROWNE. 

S. C. GOULD. 

EDGAE J. KNOW T LTON. 

CLARENCE M. PLATTS. 

J. WARREN THYNG. 



12 



INTRODUCTION 



The course of events seemed to have moved quietly during 
the twelve years covered by the records included in the fol- 
lowing pages. Perhaps the most marked excitement arose 
from the controversy over the building of what, for obvious 
reasons, became known as "The Mammoth Road." This con- 
troversy, starting in 1821, did not end until the road was 
completed by order of the court in 1836, after eighteen years 
of opposition, litigation, and extraordinary expense. A foot- 
note on page 184 describes this action more fully. 

The town contributed quite liberally toward keeping the 
roads in repair, and laid out four new highways. Fire wards 
were chosen irregularly, and fishwards at every election, 
though the interest in the latter was on the wane. 

Religious matters in connection with the state now re- 
ceived very little attention. At the annual meeting in 
March, 1817, it was not voted to raise any money for preach- 
ing, and nothing more was done in that direction until at a 
special meeting called March 31, 1827, it was again dis- 
missed from public support by deciding against allowing cer- 
tain money coming from the sale of the "ministerial land" 
going toward the support of the minister. Tything men, 
however, were chosen during the entire period, and men to 
look after the meeting-house were elected. Certain repairs 
were voted, and it was voted to build a new meeting-house 
of brick. But there is nothing recorded that any action was 
taken in carrying out this vote. The matter of moving the 
old meeting-house and making a town house out of it was 
dismissed at this time. An attempt to have the interest of 
the John Perham fund given the town applied to payment 
for preaching failed. 

13 



14 INTRODUCTION. 

The care of the pound continued to call for more or les3 
attention, and keepers of the pound were chosen during the 
entire period. 

At the annual meeting in 1824 Manchester voted 90 to 
to establish Amherst as the shire town of the county. 

The practice of boarding the poor of the town with the 
persons who bid them off at auction continued, as in the 
years gone by. 

The collection of the taxes was also vandued off to the low- 
est bidder, the rate being from two and one half to four and 
one half per cent for collecting. 

An average of a little over five licenses was granted annu- 
ally during these twelve years, and an attempt was made once 
to recover money thus paid by the different tavern-keepers, 
but it failed. 

The town lines were perambulated six times at different 
sections. 

As heretofore the matter of schools occupied considerable 
attention and were usually treated in a liberal manner. Two 
schoolhouses were built during this period, in districts No. 1 
and No. 2. Prudential committees were first chosen by the 
town in 1828. 

The annual inventories have become more extended and 
complex, thus causing them to occupy more space and add- 
ing materially to the expense of printing, so that we are 
obliged to reduce the numbers of pages in this volume. 

The death of Gen. John Stark, the veteran hero of two 
wars, occurred in 1822, removing the most distinguished citi- 
zen in the town and the state. 

The following lists give the names of the leading officers 
in the town: 

Clerks, 1817-1818, John G. Moor; 1819-1823, Frederick 
G. Stark; 1824-1825, Amos Weston, Jr.; 1826-1828, Frank- 
lin Moor. 

Treasurers, 1817-1818, Samuel P. Kidder; 1819, Joseph 
Moor; 1820-1821, Nathaniel Moor; 1822-1823, Joseph Moor; 
1824-1825, Frederick G. Stark; 1826, Amos Weston, Jr.; 
1827, Frederick G. Stark; 1828, Joseph Moor. 



INTRODUCTION. 15 

Selectmen, 1817, Isaac Huse, John Stark, 4th, John 
Dickey; 1818, Isaac Huse, John Dickey, Nathaniel Moor; 

1819, Samuel Moor, Ephraim Stevens, Jr., John Stark, 4th; 

1820, Joseph Moor, Ephraim Stevens, Jr., Amos Weston, Jr. ; 

1821, Amos Weston, Jr., Ephraim Stevens, Jr., John Proc- 
tor; 1822, Amos Weston, Jr., John Proctor, Nathaniel Moor; 

1823, Amos Weston, Jr., Nathaniel Moor, John Proctor; 

1824, Amos Weston, Jr., Nathaniel Moor, Isaac Huse; 1825, 
Amos Weston, Jr., Isaac Huse, Nathaniel Moor; 1826, Fred- 
erick G. Stark, Israel Merrill, James McQuesten; 1827, 
Frederick G. Stark, Amos Weston, Jr., Franklin Moor; 1828, 
John Gamble, John Eay, Nathaniel Moor. 

Eepresentatives, 1817, Isaac Huse; 1818-1819, John G-. 
Moor; 1820-1821, Isaac Huse; 1822-1825, Frederick G. Stark; 
1826, Isaac Huse; 1827, Amos Weston, Jr.; 1828, Franklin 
Moor. 

The population in 1820 was 761; in 1830, 887. There was 
little indication then that within sixteen years it would be 
incorporated as a city with over ten thousand inhabitants. ' 

G. W. B. 




STAGE COACH IN THE DAYS OF THE MAMMOTH ROAD. 



EARLY RECORDS 



OF THE 



TOWN OF MANCHESTER, N. H. 

IV. 



State of IsTewHampshire Hillsborough ss 

To John Griffin Constable for the Town of Manchester 
Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the State, to warn 
all the freehold Inhabitants of the Town of Manchester 
to meet at the Meetinghouse in Said Town, on Friday the 
Twentyfourth Inst, for the purpose of appointing two Pet- 
tit Juror men to attend at the Court of Common Please for 
our first district in Said County, to be holden at Amherst on 

the Second Tuesday of February next, and make 

due return of this warrant with your doings their on, to me 
on or before the day of holding Said Meeting 

Given under my hand Seal this Eight day of Jan. in the 
year of our lord 1817 

John G Moor Town Clerk 

Manchester Jany 8 1817 

The warrant being returned in comon form; the Meet- 
ing was holden accordingly, and Samul P Kidder was ap- 
pointed for the first week; and John Stark 4th for the Sec- 
ond week 

John G Moor T Clerk 

Manchester Jan y 24 th 1817 

17 



18 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Slate of NewHampshire Hillsborough ss 

To John Griffin Constable in Manchester Greeting 

Seal 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of Xew- 
Hampshire, to warn all the Qallified voters in the Town of 
Manchester to meet at the Meetinghouse in S d Town on 
Tuesday the Eleventh day of March next Insuing at ten 
oclock fore noon, to act on the following articles (viz) 

1 st To choose a Moderator to govern S d meeting 

2 nd To choose a Town Clerk 

3 rd To choose Selectmen for the present year 

4 th To choose by Ballot, all State & County officers and 
a Representative to represent this Town the present year 

gta rp c h use all other Town officers for this year 

6 th To hear all Town accts 

7 th To see how money they will raise for Towns use 

8 th To see how much money they will raise to repaire 
highways 

9 th To See how much money they will raise to hire 
preaching 

10 th To See if the Town will vote to divide School dis- 
tricts 1 & 3 

11 th To See if the Town will vote to repair the Meeting- 
house and make due return of this warrant to us, on or before 
the day of holding Said meeting 

Given under our hands at Manchester this Twentieth day 
of February in the year of our Lord 1817 

Isaac Huse 
John Frye 
John Stark 4th 
Selectmen of Manchester 

A true record 

Attest John G Moor Town Clerk 

Agreeable to the foregoing warrant the Inhabitants have 

been notified of time and place, and the warrant returned 

in Common form by 

John Griffin Constable 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 19 

March 11 th 

Met according to notice, the Meeting being opned, made 
Choice of John Stark Esqr for Moderator 

John G Moor Clerk 

Chose Isaac Huse Esq John Stark 4th John Dickey Se- 
lectmen 

The votes being cast for State officers, Stood as follows 

for Governor the Hon William Plumer . . . . 70 

Jams Sheafe 25 

Jeremiah Mason 4 

for Councillor Benjamin Pierce 70 

John Orr 29 

Senator Thomas Chandler ..... 70 
John Folsome 29 

for Eegister of Deeds Isaac Brooks 99 

Treasurer David Stewart 99 

Voted Isaac Huse be representative for the Town of Man- 
chester the present year 

Voted Cap Ephraim Stevens be Constable 

Voted Samuel P Kidder Esq be Treasurer 

Voted John Dickey Nathan Jonson Elisha Quimby Nath 1 
Baker John Emerson Fish Wards all sworn 

Voted Amos Kimball John Harwood Junr (sw) Joseph 
Farmer Hezekiah Young (sw) Moses Eoaf (sw) Elijah Flint 
Granderson Morse John Boyes John Brown Jr (sw) Survey- 
ors of Highways 

Voted James Griffin (sw) Sam 1 Moor (sw) Joseph Moor 
(sw) Sam 1 P Kidder (sw) Israel Webster Surveyors of Lum- 
ber 

Voted Joseph Moor sw Sam 1 Moor sw Sam 1 Hall sw Cord- 
ers of wood 

Voted Nath 1 Merril (sw) Josiah Perry Israel Merril (sw) 
Charles Emerson hog reaves 

Voted Sam 1 P Kidder sw Sealor of weights & measures 

Voted Elisha Quimby be Pound Keeper sw 

Voted To allow M r Huses acct respecting petitioning and 
publishing the order of Court on the Ale wife Matter $12.25 



20 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Voted to allow John Stark 4 th3 acct 

Voted to allow John Stark 4 th acct on the Bickley 

matter 3.00 

Voted to allow Isaac Huse acct of 15.75 

Voted to allow John Frys acct of 12.00 

Voted to allow John Harvey Bill for powder . . 8.25 

Voted to allow Samuel P Kidder 3.50 

Voted to allow John G Moor 3.00 

Voted to allow John Griffins acct of 1.50 

Voted to raise 150 dollar to pay Town Charges . 150.00 
Voted to raise one dollar on the poll to repaire highways 
Voted to dismis the ninth article 

Voted to divide the School district No 1 provided the In- 
habitant of Said district do agree 

Voted to dismis the article of the 3 d district 
Benjamin Smith was struck off to Nathan Jonson at one 
dollar pr week 

Voted to Choose a Committee to Settle with the Select- 
me, and to See how much money there is due to each School 
district if any as far back as the year 1810 inclusive 

Voted Samuel P Kidder Samuel Moor Reuben Sawyer 
Samuel Hall John Frye Committee 

The Collectorship was struck off to Sam 1 Hall at four dol- 
lars & forty Cents on the hundred dollars, and was Chosen 
accordingly 

Attest John G Moor Town Clerk 



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EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 31 

State of NewHampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Samuel Hall Collector for the Town of Manchester for 
1817 Greeting 

You are hereby required in the Name of the State of New- 
hampshire; To Levey and Collect of the Several Persons 
named in this taxbill, the Several sums, affixed To each of 
their names; and to pay to the Treasurrer of the State, on or 
before the first day of December next ensuing the Sum of 

Seventy two dollars & Ninety cents Also to pay to 

the Treasurer of the County of Hillsborough, on or before the 
first day of September next, the sum of Fifty six dollars & 
ninety six cents 

Also to pay to the Treasurer of the Town of Manchester, 
on or before the first day of October next, the sum of one- 
hundred and Seventyseven dollars & Eighty four cents 

— Also, to pay to said Treasurer of the Town of Manchester 
on or before the first day of March A. D. 1818. the sum of 
one Hundred and Seventy Seven dollars & Eighty three 
Cents 

And you are to follow the rules and regulations of the Law 
in Levying & collecting the Same 

Given under our hands & Seal at Manchester this tenth 
day of May A D. 1817 

Isaac Huse 
John Dickey 
Select men of Manchester 

Attest 

John G Moor Town Clerk 

The whole tax bill $485.53 

School district N° 1. Town School State County 

Roger Dutton 59 67 29 23 

Nathan Kimbal 93 1 8 48 36 

John Emerson 1 36 1 32 78 53 

John Stark 2 d 2 17 2 48 1 8 85 

Amos Kimbal 1 49 1 71 75 58 

Nehemiah Porter 72 82 36 29 



32 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Charles Emerson 1 29 

John Stark jur 2 72 

John Stark 4 th 1 29 

John Ray 1 87 

Jeremiah Ray 37 

John G Moor 2 52 

James Griffin 2 10 

John Griffin 79 

Eliza Stark 9 

Eliza Stark 2 d 3 

G. B. Stark 65 

Ephraim Stevens, jr 1 39 

Sam 1 P. Kidder, 1 46 

Israel Merrill 1 63 

Timothy Stevens 62 

Timothy Stevens f 37 

Roger Stevens 37 

John Howard 39 

Phillip Stevens 1 54 

Andrew French 47 

Job Powell 1 51 

William Combs 45 

John Harwood 1 15 

John Harwood jn 51 

Daniel Harwood 47 

David Stevens 42 

District N° 2 

Benj m Stevens 1 24 

Moses Davis 1 37 

Ephraim Stevens 42 

Josiah Colley 42 

Thomas Hardy 62 

Joseph Young 1 99 

Richard Hardy 56. 

William Hardy 37 

James H Saunders 40 



1 48 


65 


51 


2 93 


1 37 


1 6 


1 40 


65 


45 


2 14 


94 


73 


44 


19 


14 


2 78 


1 26 


99 


2 42 


1 3 


83 


90 


39 


31 


12 


6 


3 


4 


2 


1 


76 


34 


25 


1 60 


68 


54 


1 68 


74 


57 


1 86 


81 


64 


72 


32 


24 


44 


19 


14 


44 


19 


14 


46 


20 


15 


1 76 


77 


61 


77 


24 


19 


74 


76 


59 


52 


29 


18 


1 31 


58 


45 


58 


25 


20 


52 


24 


18 


48 


21 


17 


1 42 


63 


48 


1 59 


63 


54 


48 


21 


17 


48 


21 


17 


71 


32 


24 


2 35 


1 3 


80 


63 


28 


22 


44 


19 


14 


48 


20 


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EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 33 

Joseph Farmer 77 88 38 30 

Daniel Hall 1 82 2 .8 91 72 

Henry Barret ....... 42 48 21 17 

Sam 1 Hall 1 61 1 84 80 63 

Ezekiel Stevens 1 10 1 26 54 43 

Isaac Stevens 1 .1 1 16 51 40 

Hezekiah Young 1 40 1 60 70 55 

Nath 1 Baker 1 51 1 74 76 59 

Israel Brown 81 92 40 32 

Israel Brown jr 37 44 19 19 

John G. Brown 59 68 30 23 

Ezekiel S Merril 40 45 21 15 

Phillip Haseltine ..... 37 44 19 17 

Joseph B Hall 81 92 40 31 

John Hall 1 27 1 71 62 49 

William White 37 44 19 14 

John Dwinel 40 48 21 15 

Elisha Quimby 2 88 3 28 1 44 1 13 

Moses Eoaf 1 72 2 -7 91 70 

Amos Eoaf 37 44 19 14 

David Haseltine 45 51 24 18 

Samuel Porter 47 53 23 18 , 

Moses Haseltine 1 88 2 14 93 74 

Moses D Merrit 37 44 19 14 

John Davis 37 44 19 14 

Hazen Davis 37 44 19 14 

School district N° 3 

John Kent 37 44 19 14 

John Brown 90 1 4 46 35 

Jacob Brown 37 44 19 14 

Elijah A Nutt 1 33 1 52 QQ 52 

Enos Webster 33 38 17 12 

David Webster jur 1 65 1 90 82 6Q 

Samuel Moor 1 13 1 30 57 44 

Joseph Moor 4 9 4 66 2 4 1 61 

Nathaniel Moor 3 11 3 56 1 56 1 22 



34 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Theo 1 Griffin 37 

Bunace Prichard 37 

Jesse Jonson 42 

Reuben Boyes 37 

Jacob Whitemore 96 

John Boyes 71 

William Boyes 71 

Joshua Blodget 52 

Jacob Garvin IS 

James Nutt 2 89 

James Xutt jur 37 

William Perham 1 51 

Robert Perham 37 

Peter Young 57 

Jonas Harvey 4 73 

Peter Emerson 2 17 

John Emerson ? jr 42 

Sarah Perham G3 

David Dickey 2 14 

Sam 1 Moor jur 37 

John P Webster 59 

Amos Weston jr 97 

John Young 37 

John Perham 59 

District N° 4 

Jonathan Young 2 52 

Granderson Morse 1 12 

William Perry 62 

Richard Perry 42 

Josiah Perry 57 

Nath 1 Merril 76 

Amos Weston 15 

Isaac Huses 5 69 

Josiah Sprague 37 

John Haseltine S6 

William Gamil C8 



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1 37 


82 


36 


28 


82 


36 


28 


60 


26 


20 


1 24 


54 


42 


3 31 


1 45 


1 13 


44 


19 


14 


1 73 


76 


59 


44 


19 


14 


66 


29 


23 


5 41 


2 38 


1 85 


2 48 


1 8 


85 


48 


21 


17 


73 


33 


24 


2 44 


1 7 


84 


44 


19 


14 


68 


30 


23 


1 11 


49 


37 


44 


19 


14 


68 


30 


23 


2 78 


1 26 


99 


1 28 


56 


44 


79 


35 


26 


48 


21 


17 


66 


29 


22 


87 


38 


30 


1 19 


51 


41 


6 52 


2 S6 


2 23 


44 


19 


14 


98 


43 


34 


79 


35 


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EARLY RECORDS OP MANCHESTER. 85 



William Hogg 42 48 

Luke Hall 54 66 

Ebenzer Corning 63 71 

Ezra Corning 37 44 

George Corning 39 68 

John Griffin Co1 37 44 

Keuben Sawyer 91 1 5 

Asa Sawyer 1 31 1 59 

Stephen Wesgate ...... 37 44 

John Mulican 1 46 1 67 

Elijah Flint 1 17 1 34 

Ben jr Corning 95 1 10 

Zachens G.reely 37 44 

Gilbert Greeley 1 74 2 00 

Plumer Corning 37 44 

Asa Haseltine jr 2 30 2 62 

John Haseltine jr 49 56 

David Webster 59 68 

Amos Webster 42 48 

Israel Webster 2 92 3 34 

John Webster jr 1 29 1 47 

Jonathan Haseltine 1 57 1 80 

John Dickey 1 92 2 18 

Jonathan Dickey 37 44 

Daniel Harris 19126 

Archabald Gammil 3 97 4 50 

Thomas Gammil 37 44 

Arch 1 Gammil jur 37 44 

District N° 5 

Nathan Johnson . 1 41 1 62 

John Proctor 1 13 1 30 

Levi Kussel 1 44 1 66 

Wade Cogswill 75 86 

John Frye 1 40 1 60 

Sam 1 Davis ....... 37 44 

John Harvey 93 1 8 

Stephen Haseltine 37 44 



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52 


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14 


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57 


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46 


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51 


79 


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95 


74 


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71 


55 


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44 


73 


56 


38 


30 


70 


55 


19 


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36 


19 


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16 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Nonresidents — 

"William Parker 14 

Ezra lumbal 23 

Dearbon Whitchcr 6 

Israel Trask 31 

David Scavey 20 

Robert Hall 14 

Nath 1 Smith 14 

Robert Nesmith 5 

Richard Dole 12 

Robert Bertley 9 

Ben jm Leach 5 

George McAllister 9 

Jedediah Morse 14 

Kidder & Hall 42 

W m Hall 14 

John Jackson 14 

John Watts 14 

George Mentor 28 

Dudley Porter 7 

Hugh Boyse 65 

Richard Barker 6 

Newels lot 14 

Charles Cox 28 

Tim Dustin 7 

Jonson Chase 7 

Richard Currier 5 

Robert Wilson 4 

Nath 1 Merrill 8 

Thomal Chandler ..... 53 

John White 28 

1817 John G Moor 



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23 


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6 


16 


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5 


6 


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4 


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32 


14 


11 


8 


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State of New Hampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Ephraim Stevens Jur Const in Manchester Greeting 
You are hereby required in the Name of S d State To warn 

all the legal voters in the Town of Manchester To meet at 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 87 

the Meetinghouse in S d Manchester, on Saturday the 27 th day 
of Deer; Instant, at one oClock P M. to act on the following 
articles (viz) 

first to Choose a Moderator to Govern S d Meeting 

2d To See if the Town will vote to divide the third 
School District in to three different parts, agreeable to a vote 
passed by Said district March 26th A D 1817 (viz) that those 
living below Capt Joseph Moors be one part & those living 
on the river road above S d Moors be a Second part; & all 
those living in Said district East of S d Eiver road, be a third 
district 

And make due return of this warrant to us, with your do- 
ings thereon on the day of holding S d meeting 

Given under our hands and Seal at Manchester this 12 th 
day Deer. A D 1817 

Isaac Huse 
John Dickey 
Selectmen of Manchester 

Deer 27 th 1817 

The warrant being returned in Common form by Ephraim 
Stevens Jr Constabl: the warrant was read & the Meeting 
opened, and Made Choice of I Huse Esqr Moderator 

Motion was made to divide the third School District into 
three parts, after some dissultory arguments on Both Sides 
the poll was called, & on counting the Moderator declared no 
vote. 

After notice, being Given by the Clerk, that he had re- 
ceved Two Venierices for the Selection of two Juror men to 
attend the Court of Common pleas at Amherst at their next 
session; notified the Select Men & other Inhabitants of Said 
Town that a meeting would be holden for that purpose on 
the Second Monday January nex at four o Clock P M this 
Meeting disolved 

John. G. Moor. T. Clerk, 



38 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

State of NewHampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Ephraim Stevens J™ Constable in Manchester, Greet- 
ing 

You are Hereby required in the Name of the Statee of 
NewHampshire to warn all the Quallified voters in s d Man- 
chester to Meet at the Meeting house in S d Manchester on 
the Second Monday of January next, Insuing at one oClock 
P. M. To act on the following articles (viz) 

first To Choose a Moderator to govern S d Meeting 

2 nd To See if the Town will vote to divide the third 
school district into three different parts or school districts 
agreeable to a vote passed by s d district on the 26 th day of 
March A D 1817 (viz) that all those Living on the Eiver 
Eoad below Joseph Moors be one part or School district that 
those Living on the Eiver road in s d district above s d Joseph 
Moors, including him the said Joseph Moor be a Second part 

or School district & all those Living East of s d river 

road in s d district, be a third part or School district 

3d To see if the Town will disannex Amos Weston from 

the third school district & annex him to district No. 4 

and fourth* to drw two Jurrors duly quallified to Serve 

at the next Court of Common pleas to be holden at Amherst 
on the Second Tuesday of February 1818 Make due return 
of this warrant with your doings there on to us on the day 
of holding Said Said Meeting 

given under our hands & Seal at Manchester this 27 th day 
of Dec r — 1817 

Isaac Huse 
John Dickey 
Seltmen of Manchester 
*Elijah Flint & Israel Webster Jurors 

January 12 th 1818 

the Inhabitants Met according to warrant and Chose Isaac 
Huse Esqr Moderator 

After some warm conversation on both Sides Motion was 

made and, voted that all those living below Joseph 

Moors be a school district 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 39 

2 d then motion was made that all living on the Elver 
road above Joseph Moors (Including him) be another district, 
but was negatived by a large majority 

3 motion was then made that all east of the Eiver road 
living in said district No 3 be a nother School district but 
the motion did not prevail 

4 th Yoted To disannex Amos Weston from the third 
School district; and annex him to the fourth which Closed 
the warrant 

John. G. Moor. T. Clerk. 

To the Selectmen of the Town of Manchester We the Sub- 
scribers Inhabitants of the 3 d School district in said Town, 
being destitute of a schoolhouse, and cannot a gree where to 
have one Set; we therefore pray you Gentlemen to appoint 
a place for the Same — and as in duty Bound will ever pray 
Manchester Dec r 1 st 1817 

Joseph Moor 
David Webster 

School Committee 
petitioners 
Nath 1 Moor Jesse Johnson 

Jacob Brown James Griffin Amos Weston Jur 

Sam 1 Moor Enos Webster John Brown 

Dec r 4 th 1817 

Having considered the Substance of the foregoing Petition 
we have agreed, that a schoolhouse be erected at the Inter- 
section of the Eoads on the Plain west of Jonas Harveys 
Mills to accomodate the third school district in the Town of 
Manchester 

Signed Isaac Huse 
John Dickey 
Selectmen of s d Town 
January 19th 1818 

Being requested by Sundry persons belonging to the third 
school district in Manchester to locate the place where a 
schoolhouse shall be Built to accomodate s d district, pro- 



40 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

ceded to measure from M r James Nutts house to Joseph 
Moors and find it by measure 821 rods and Six links then 
proceeded to the centre & agreed to Locate the place for said 
Schoolhouse on the westside of the road Leading from W m 
Perhams to said Joseph Moors, on Jonas Harveys land, oppo- 
site to the south end of Jonas Harveys field Sixteen rods 
nearer to s d Joseph Moors than to James Nutts 

Isaac Huse 
John Stark 4th 

Select Men 
John G Moor T Clerk 

We the subscribers have opened a road on the reserve land 

for that purpose from the great Pond by Levi Rus- 

sels & John Proctors, to the road leading from the Meet- 
ing house to the road leading to John Fryes in Manchester; 
on the 6th day of June 1817 

Febr 21 1818 

John Stark 4th 
John Dickey 

Select men 

State of New-Hampshire Hillsborough ss 
To Ephraim Ju Constable in Manchester Greeting 
You are hereby required in the Name of the State of New- 
Hampshire To warn all the legal voters in sd Manchester 
to Meet at the Meeting-house in sd Manchester, on Tuesday 
the tenth day of March next at ten oclock A M. To act on 
the following articles (viz) first to Chuse a Moderator to Gov- 
ern Sd meeting 

2d To Chuse a Clerk & Selectmen for the year ensuing 
3d To Chuse all State & County officers & Eepresentative 
4th To Chus all other Town officers 
5th To hear all accompts against the Town 
6th To see if the Town will vote to abate Genl Starks 
Wm Farmers & Ruth Porters Taxes in John Youngs List of 
taxes for IS 15 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 41 

7th To See if the Town will vote to discontinue the Eoad 
from where Moses Merrill Formerly lived to the Eoad Lead- 
ing to Chester 

8th To See if the Town will take into consideration the 
dificulty existing in school district No. 3 respecting their 
School money & decide the Same 

9th To See if the Town will open the road from Moses 
Haseltines to James Nutts 

10th To See if the Town will vote to repair the road from 
the Hall road so called, to the roekey Brook near W m Combs 
house 

11th To See how much money Shal be raised for the 
Towns use the present year 

12 th To See how much money Shall be raised to repar 
the high ways 

Make due return of this warrant with your doings thereon 
to us on the day of holding sd Meeting 

Given under our hands at Manchester this 21st day of 
February A D 1818 

Isaac Huse 
John Dickey 
John Stark 4th 

Select men 

March 10th 1818 Met agreeable to the foregoing warrant 
and Choose John Stark Esq Moderator 
Choose John G Moor Clerk Sworn 
Choose Isaac Huse John Dickey Nathaniel Moor Select- 
men 

Votes for Governor votes 

William Plumer had 79 

William Hall do 1 

for Counsellor Eichard H Ayers 63 

Moses Eastman 32 

for Senator Thomas Chandler 95 

For Treasurer David Stuart 1.00 

Eegister of deeds Isaac Brooks 1.00 



42 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Choose John G Moor Eepresentative for 1818 
do Capt Ephraim Stevens Jur for Constable do 
do Samuel P Kidder town Treasurer for 1818 

Surveyors of High ways Amos Kimball district No 1 





John Eay do 


2 




Moses Davis do 


3 




Samuel Hall do 


4 




Daniel Harris do 


5 




Gilbert Greeley do 


6 




John P Webster do 


7 




Joseph Moor do 


8 




David Webster do 


9 


Surveyors of Lumk 


;r Sworn 




James Griffin 


Samuel P Kidder 


Samuel Moor 


Eeuben Sawyer 


Joseph Moor 


Jonathan Haseltine 




Benjamin 


Corning 


Corders of Wood 






Joseph Moor 


Saml Hall 


John Brown 


Saml Moor 


Nathl Baker 




Hog reaves 







James Mc Questin James II Saunders Eogers Stevens 
Samuel P Kidder Sealor of weights and measures 
Elisha Quimby Pound Keeper 

Fish wards 

Israel Webster Peter Emerson 
John Stark Esq Gilbert Greeley- 
James Nutt Jesse Johnson sworn 

Voted to except the Eeport of the School Committee 
Eeport 

We the Subscribers, a committee appointed by the Town of 
Manchester for the purpose of looking into the concerns of 
the several school districts; After having spent much time 
in looking into the Business, and examining the records, have 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 43 

agreed to report. & do report as follows (viz) That there is 

due to district 

No 1 $45.04 

To District No 3 48.37 

To district No 5 20.92 

and that district No 2 have recived over their proportion 
of School money .64 

and district No 4 have recev'd over their school money, 

30.29 
Which is submitted by, Saml P Kidder 
Saml Hall 
Saml Moor 
Eeuben Sawyer 

Committee 

N. B. the above report includes the years 1810 & 1816 
January 16th 1818 

Voted to allow Isaac Huses acct $25.92 

do to allow John Stark 4 acct 14.00 

do To allow John Dickeys acct 23.70 

Voted To allow Saml P Kidders acct ..... 6.00 

do To allow Saml Halls acct 3.00 

do do allow Eeuben Sawyers acct 3.00 

do To allow John G Moors acct 3.00 

do To allow Saml Moors acct 3.00 

do to allow Ephraim Stevens acct .... 2.00 
do To abate Mrs Porters taxes in John Youngs tax bill 
Voted to dismis the seventh article 
do To dismis the Eighth article 
do To dismis the Ninth article 

do To Choose a Committee to Settle with Treasurer 
and report at the adjournment 

Saml Moor 
Isaac Huse 
James Grifnn 

Committee 



44 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Voted to adjourn to the House to Seell the poor 
The Poor at Auction 

Abigail Davis was struck off to Nathan Johnson at one 
dollar per week per year $52.00 

Benjamin Smith was struck off to Xathaniel Baker at sixty 
Eight Cents per week per year 35.36 

Voted to repair the road agreeable to the tenth Article of 
the warrant 

The Collectorship was struck off to Jame Xutt at two 
Cents & Seven Mills on a dollar 

Voted to adjourn to this day week at 1 P. M. 

Met accordingly & Voted to except the report (viz) to 
raise five hundred dollars to pay Town Charges the present 
year 

Voted to raise one dollar on the poll for Highways 

The report of Committee appointed to Settle with the 
Treasurer, Eeport as follows 

We your Committee appointed to examine into the State 
of the treasury of Said Town Also to inquire into and See 
what Money Shall be thought necessary to raise to pay Town 
Charges the present year, do Eeport as follows (viz) 

1st we have examined into the State of the Treasury and 
find a ballance in favour of Samuel P Kidder Esquire , Town 
Treasurer of 16 dollars 75 Cents and an outstanding order of 
Eight Dollars 

And we do further report that in our opinion it will be 
necessary to raise 500 dollars to pay Town Charges the pres- 
ent year 

All which is submitted by your Committee March 17th 
1818 

Samuel Moor 
Isaac Huse 
James Griffm 

Committee 

A true record from the original 

Attest, John. G. Moor. Clerk 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 45 

This may certify that we the Subscribers do authorize and 
Licence Joseph Moor to Keep a Tavern at his Dwelling house 
in Manchester for. and during one year from the Second 
Tuesday of March Inst. 
Manchester March 15th 1816 

Signed Isaac Huse 

John Frye 
Select men Manchester 

Manchester March 15th 1816 
We the Subscribers do hereby approbate & License Elisha 
Quimby to keep a tavern at his dwelling house in S. . d Man- 
chester, for and during the term of one year from & after the 
Second Tuesday of March Instant 

Isaac Huse 
John Frye 
John Stark 4 th 

Select men 
March 17 1818 

Joseph Moor and Elisha Quimby Eecd licence for 1818 

Attest J. G. Moor, T. C. 

We the Subscribers Selectmen of Manchester do approbate 
& License Joseph Moor to Keep a Tavern and Sell mixed 
liquors at his house in Manchester for the term of one year 
from this date 

Isaac Huse 
John Stark 4 th 

Select men 
Manchester March 22 d 1817 J G Moor 



46 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



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EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 55 

State of New Hampshire ( To James Nutt Collector of 

< Taxes in the Town of Manches ter 
Hillsborough, ss. ( for the year 1818, Greeting 

Yon are hereby required in the name of the State of New 
Hampshire to Levie and collect of the Several persons named 
in this Tax bill; the Several Sums affixed to each of their 
mames; and to pay to the Treasurer of the State of New 
Hampshire, the sum of Seventy two — dollars & ninety Cents 
on or before the firstt Day of December next; also to pay 
to the treasurer of the County of Hillsboroug, the Sum of 
Thirty four Dollars & Twenty Cents 
on or before the first day of September Next 
and also to pay to us the Subscribers Selectmen of the Town 
of Manchester, the Sum of three Hundred dollars, on or 
before the tenth day of August next — and also to pay to the 
Treasurer of the Said Town of Manchester the Sum of two 
Hundred dollars on or before the first day of oct r next; and 
also to pay to Said Treasurer of Manchester the Sum of two 
hundred & ten dollars & nine Cents, on or before the first 
day of March insuing — and if any person Shal refuse or neg- 
lect to pay, you are to follow the rules and regulations of 
the Law in levying and collecting the Same; and this Shall 
be your Sufficint warrant — Given under our hands & Seal at 
Manchester this 18 th day of May AD. 1818 

Isaac Huse 
John Dickey 
Nath 1 Moor 
Select Men of Manchester 
J. G. Moor. T. Clerk. 

The Inhabitants of the Town of Manchester are hereby 
Notified, that a meeting will be Holden at the Meeting House 
on the 9 th day of September at four oclock P. M. for the 
Purpose of appointing one grand juror & two petit juror Men, 
to Serve at the Superior Court of Judicature to be Holden at 
Amherst on the first Tuesday of October next., at which time 
and place the Select men are requested to attend to Regulate 
the Boxes 



56 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

By order of F. French. Clerk of Court 

John. G. Moor. Town Clerk 
Manchester, Sept r 9 th . 1818 

Met a greable to the foregoing notice and Choose, James 
Griffin Moderator of S d Meeting Samuel Moor Esqr was 
appointed Grand Juror man, octr. term 1818 
and Nathan Jonson Petit Juror for first week 
and — James Griffin for Second week 
and notified accordingly 

Attest — John G Moor Town Clerk 

This day, we the Subscribers selectmen of Chester and 
Manchester, have preambulated the lines between Said 
Towns. 1 st Beginning at a pitch pine No. 134 with Sundry 
letters on it & Stones about it, being the S. W. of Chester 
and S. E. of Manchester & the Northwardly bounds of Lon- 
donderry thence North 21° "VV. to the highway a large Stone 
near Varnums mark d . L; Thence to the pond, thene we began 
again at the North Side of the Bay a large yellow oak; thence 
the Same course to Londonderry turn pike Stone Marked 
C. M. thence on the Same cours by Sundry marke d trees 
to the north E. corner of Manchester, a heap of Stones 
with trees Marked around them thence N. 68° west by Sun- 
dry marked trees to the S. W. corner of Chester, heap of 
Stones M/B with trees Marked around them it being a 
little Southwest of Eays pond or meddow; thence N 2 degree 
w by Sundry Marked trees which we have renewed one 
Stroke, to the highway between the kimbals to Stone markd 
L thence on the Same course by the bounds of No 106 to 
Merrimac river, a stake & Stones 
October 20 th 1818 

Isaac Huse 
John Dickey 
Selectmen of Manchester 
W m Graham 
Moses Haseltine 
Jesse. I. Underhill 
Selectmen of Chester 
J. G. Moor. T. C. 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 57 

District N° 1 Town School State & County 

Eobert Martin 1 55 51 33 

Nathan Kimbal 3 07 1 01 65 

John Emerson 3 20 1 06 68 

John Stark 3 d 7 01 2 25 1 51 

Amos Kimbal . 5 32 1 79 1 15 

Charles Emerson 3 24 1 08 69 

M.coy Farm C. E 1 52 50 32 

Stevens Farm C. E 95 32 21 

John Stark J ur 8 31 2 76 1 78 

John Stark 4 th 4 72 1 56 1 00 

John Kay 6 84 2 29 1 47 

James Eay 1 26 42 27 

Jeremiah Eay 1 09 37 24 

John G- Moor 8 71 2 92 1 88 

James Griffin 5 33 1 79 1 15 

John Griffin 4 36 1 46 94 

Grardeus B Stark 5 99 2 01 1 29 

Sam 1 P. Kidder 5 68 1 89 1 21 

Israel Merrill 6 48 2 15 1 38 

Timothy Stevens 1 26 42 27 

Eoger Stevens 1 09 37 24 

Andrew French 1 68 56 36 

Frederick G Stark 2 14 72 46 

Job Eowell 5 64 1 87 1 20 

John Harwood 3 85 1 29 83 

John Harwood jur ..... 2 60 89 56 

Daniel Harwood 1 52 52 32 

Israel Brown jur 1 09 37 24 

David Seavey 1 83 62 40 

Israel young 1 09 37 24 

Philip Stevens 5 50 1 84 1 18 

District ]S To 2 

David Stevens 2 27 74 48 

William Combs 1 09 37 24 

William Combs jur 1 96 75 43 



58 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Benjamin Stevens 3 36 

Moses Davis 4 88 

Ephraim Stevens 1 26 

Ephraim Stevens jr 6 03 

Thomas Hardy 2 40 

Joseph Young 6 28 

Richard Hardy 1 93 

William Hardy 1 09 

James Saunders 1 24 

James Sanders jr 1 09 

Joseph Farmer 56 

Daniel Hall 5 46 

Henry R Barret 2 20 

Sam 1 Hall 5 56 

Ezekiel Stevens 2 60 

Isaac Stevens 2 60 

Hezekiah Young 4 88 

Nathaniel Baker 4 80 

Israel Brown 1 94 

John G Brown 2 81 

Ezekiel S Merril 1 45 

Joseph B Hall 2 64 

John Hall 4 54 

William White 1 09 

John Dwinel 1 26 

Elisha Quimby 9 11 

Moses Roaf 6 13 

Amos Roaf 1 09 

David Haseltine 1 33 

Moses Haseltine 5 08 

James M c Queston 5 56 

Elijah Hogg 1 72 

Samuel Davis 1 43 

Nathaniel Baker jr 1 09 

John Young jr 1 09 



1 12 


72 


1 62 


1 04 


42 


27 


2 01 


1 30 


80 


51 


2 11 


1 35 


65 


42 


37 


24 


41 


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37 


24 


18 


11 


1 82 


1 17 


72 


46 


1 84 


1 18 


87 


56 


87 


56 


1 62 


1 04 


1 59 


1 02 


65 


42 


95 


61 


48 


30 


89 


57 


1 52 


98 


37 


24 


42 


27 


3 03 


1 95 


2 05 


1 32 


37 


24 


44 


28 


1 70 


1 09 


1 84 


1 18 


58 


37 


46 


30 


37 


24 


37 


24 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 59 



District N° 3 

Reuben Moor 2 76 

John Brown 4 93 

Jacob Brown 1 93 

Sam 1 Brown 1 09 

Elijah A Nutt 4 45 

Enos Webster 2 10 

David Webster jr 4 84 

Samuel Moor 3 55 

Joseph Moor 14 53 

Nathaniel Moor 9 36 

Burnace Prichard 1 09 

Jesse Johnson 1 43 

James Nutt 8 82 

James Nntt jr 1 09 

William Perham 3 16 

Eobert Perham 1 26 

Jonas Harvey 13 46 

Peter Emerson 6 76 

John P Webster 4 35 

David Dickey 8 24 

Samuel Moor jr 1 09 

Amos Weston jr 3 12 

John Young 1 09 

Richard Young 1 09 

John Calf 1 09 

Jonathan Harvey 1 09 

Peter young 2 32 

District N° 4 

Jonathan Young 8 51 

Granderson Morse 4 80 

William Perry 2 40 

Nathaniel Merrill 1 09 

Amos Weston 3 71 

Isaas Huse 16 25 

Jonathan Dickey 1 09 



1 02 


60 


1 64 


1 05 


65 


42 


37 


24 


1 49 


96 


70 


45 


1 61 


1 03 


1 19 


77 


4 85 


3 12 


3 13 


2 01 


37 


24 


46 


30 


2 94 


1 89 


37 


24 


1 05 


67 


42 


27 


4 41 


2 88 


2 26 


1 45 


1 45 


94 


2 74 


1 76 


37 


24 


1 03 


6Q 


37 


24 


37 


24 


37 


24 


37 


24 


77 


49 


2 85 


1 83 


1 59 


1 02 


80 


51 


37 


24 


1 23 


81 


5 43 


3 49 


37 


24 



60 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



John Haseltine 2 52 

William Gamil 1 68 

Luke Hall 1 63 

Ebenezar Corning 1 71 

Ezra Corning 1 09 

George Corning 1 69 

John Griffin of Col 1 09 

Reuben Sawyer 4 23 

Asa Sawyer 1 09 

Stephen Wescot 1 09 

John Mullian . 1 26 

Elijah Flint 4 52 

Benj Corning 2 60 

Zacheus Greeley 1 09 

Gilbert Greeley 5 83 

Plumer Corning 3 20 

Asa Haseltine jr 6 63 

Asa Haseltine 3 d 1 09 

John Haseltine jr 1 48 

David Webster 1 80 

Amos Webster 1 09 

Ebenezer Webster 2 32 

Israel Webster 8 73 

John Webster jr 4 23 

Jonathan Haseltine 4 91 

John Dickey 5 83 

Daniel Harris 3 95 

Archabald Gamil 13 65 

Thomas Gamil 1 09 

Archabald Gamil jr 1 09 

John Gamil 1 09 

Parker Greeley 1 09 

James Farnum 1 09 

John Farnum 1 09 

Nathaniel Conant 1 09 

M r3 Conant Widdow 1 44 

Joseph Kimbal 60 

Joseph Wescot 1 09 



84 


54 


56 


36 


54 


35 


57 


37 


37 


24 


37 


24 


37 


24 


1 41 


91 


37 


24 


37 


24 


42 


27 


1 52 


98 


87 


56 


37 


24 


1 94 


1 25 


1 06 


68 


2 20 


1 42 


37 


24 


49 


31 


61 


39 


37 


24 


77 


49 


2 93 


1 87 


1 41 


91 


1 63 


1 05 


1 94 


1 25 


1 30 


84 


4 55 


2 93 


37 


24 


37 


24 


37 


24 


37 


24 


37 


24 


37 


24 


37 


24 


47 


30 


19 


12 


37 


24 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 61 



District N° 5 

Nathan Jonson 4 

John Proctor 4 

Levi Eussel 5 

John Frye 5 

Wade Cogswell 2 

District N° 6„ 

Jacob Garvin 3 

Joshua Blodget 1 

Nathan Buller 1 

Daniel Wats 1 

Jacob Whitemore 3 

Nonresidents 

William Parker 

Ezra Kimbal 

Dearborn Whicher ..... 

Eobert Hall 

Nathaniel Smith 

Eobert Nersmith 

Eichard Dole 

Mark Dutys Heirs 

John Morrison j r 

Eobert Bertley 

Benj m Leach 

George M c Allister 

Jedediah Morse 

Kidder & Hall 1 

William Hall 

Harvey & Emerson 

John Watts 

George Menter 

Dudley Porter 

Hugh Boyes 2 

Thomas Patterson 2 

Eichard Barker 

Newel Lot 



35 


1 


46 


94 


12 


1 


37 


88 


28 


1 


76 


1 14 


12 


1 


71 


1 10 


40 




80 


51 


75 


1 


26 


81 


68 




56 


36 


68 




56 


36 


56 




52 


33 


28 


1 


09 


70 


42 




14 


09 


68 




22 


14 


16 




06 


04 


42 




14 


09 


37 




14 


09 


12 




8 


3 


32 




12 


8 


11 




5 


3 


6 




3 


2 


25 




9 


6 


13 




5 


3 


25 




9 


6 


42 




14 


9 


26 




42 


27 


42 




14 


9 


42 




14 


9 


42 




14 


9 


97 




33 


21 


64 




21 


14 


32 




77 


49 


10 




70 


45 


17 




6 


4 


42 




14 


9 



62 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



84 


28 


18 


21 


7 


5 


21 


7 


5 


11 


4 


3 


17 


40 


26 


23 


8 


6 


97 


33 


21 



Charles Cox . . . 

Timothy Dusteu . 

Jonson Chase . . 

Eobert Wilson . . 

John White . . . 

Nathaniel Merril . 

William Kiddle . . 

J. G. Moore T. C. 
May 1818 



State of New Hampshire ( To James Nutt collector of 

•< Taxes for the Town of Manches- 
Hillsborough ss ( ter for the year 1818 Greeting 

You are hereby ordered to Levy and Collect the Several 
Sums Respectively Set a gainst each of their names in this 
List of Taxes, it being their proportion of Money to be 
raised to Build a school House in district No 3 a gree able to 
a vote of Said district, and pay the Money to Col n Nath 1 
Moore Clerk of Said district on or Before the first day of 
September next; the Sum of one Hundred Eighty dollars 39 
Cents; And if any person named in this List, Refuse to, or 
Neglect to pay The Sum affixed to their names, you are to 
follow the rules and directions of the Law in That Case made 
and provided and This Shall be your Sufficient warrant; 
Given under our hand and Seal this 29 th day of May 1818 

Isaac Huse 
John Dickey 
ISTath 1 Moor 

Select men 

Tax for School district No 3— 



Reuben Moor . 


. 2 16 


Jonas Harvey 


. 22 42 


John Brown . 


. 8 20 


Peter Emerson 


. 11 27 


Jacob Brown . 


. . 3 22 


John P. Webster . 


. 7 25 


Samuel Brown 


. . 1 82 


David Dickey 


. 13 72 


Elijah A Nutt 


. . 7 40 


Samuel Moor jr . 


. 1 82 


Enos Webster . 


. . 3 50 


Amos Weston jr . 


. 4 13 


David Webster 


. . 8 05 


John Young . . 


. 1 82 



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63 



Samuel Moor . . 


. 5 92 


Eichard Young . 


. 1 82 


Joseph Moor . . 


. 24 22 


John Calfe . . 


. 1 82 


Nathan 1 Moor 


. 15 61 


Jonathan Harvey . 


. 1 82 


Burnace Prichard 


. 1 82 


Peter Young . . 


. 3 85 


Jesse Johnson 


. 2 35 


James Griffin . . 


. 2 49 


James Nutt . . 


. 14 70 






James Nutt jr 


. 1 82 






William Perham . 


. 5 25 






Kobert Perham . 


. 2 10 







May 18 th 1818— 

The time for Collecting the Sum of Money in the fore- 
going warrant is extended to the first day of November Next 

By order of Selectmen August 30 th 1818 

John. G. Moor. T. Clerk 

State of New Hampshire Hillsborough, ss. 

To the Town or parish Clerk of Manchester in our County 
of Hillsborough Greeting 

Pursuant to an Act of Said State directing & regulating 
the appointment and Choice of Petit Jurors, you are — hereby 
required to Cause one man of those duly quallified in Said 
Manchester to be appointed and returned to Serve as petit 
juror at the Court of Common pleas to be Holden at amherst 
within and for S d County, on the Second Tuesday of Febru- 
ary next; and the person who Shall be appointed for that 
Service, you are to Cause to be duly notified thereof to at- 
tend the Same on Monday next following the the Second of 
February at ten o clock in the fore noon; and make return 
of this writ with your doings there on 

dated at Amherst the 30 day of November 1818 

By order of the Court M Eastman Clerk 

Agreable to the foregoing notice John Stak ju Esq was 
appointed to Serve as Juror man at February Term. 1819, 
Attest, J. G. Moor. T. Clerk. 



64 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Manchester January 26, 1819 

(L. S) State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss. 

To Ephraim Stevens jur Constable in Manchester Greet- 
ing. 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of aSTew- 
hampshire to warn all the qualified Voters in s d Manchester 
to meet at the meeting House in s d Town on Tuesday the 
ninth day of March next at ten Cloc fore noon, To act on 
the following articles. Viz. 

1 st To chuse by ballot a Moderator to govern s d meeting. 

2 nd To chuse by ballot a Town Clerk, three Selectmen, a 
Representative Town treasurer & Constable for this present 
year. 

3 rd To Vote by ballot for Governor Counsellor senator 
County Treasurer and Register of Deeds. 

4 th To Vote by ballot for Six persons duly qualified for 
Representatives of this State in the Congress of the United 
States. 

5 th To Chuse all other town officers for the present year. 

6 th To hear all town accounts. 

7 th To see how much money the town will vote to raise for 
the Towns use this present year. 

8 th To see how much they will raise on the poll to repair 
highways this year 

9 th To see if the town will vote to open & repair the road 
from James McQuestions to James Nutts 

10 th To see if the Town will vote to Layout a road from 
Heseltines saw mill to the road by Asa Heseltines House — or 
to the school house near Mrs conants 

11 th To see what method they will take to support town 
paupers 

12 th To see if the town will vote to exempt certain poor 
persons from poll tax 

13 th To see how much money they will vote to raise to 
repair the meetinghouse. 

Make due return of this warrant with your doings thereon 
to us on or before the day of holding said meeting — Given 



EAKLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 65 

under our hands and seals at Manchester this 15 th day of 

February 1819 

Isaac Huse 
John Dickey 
Select men of Manchester 

The following return Endorsed on the above 

Manchester March the 9 th 1819— 
Pursuant to this warrant I hav warnd all the Leagal Voters 
in the town of Manchester By posting A True and attest 
Coppy at the meeting house giving Notice as the Law Di- 
rects. 

Ephraim Stevens ju Constable 

At a meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Manches- 
ter held at the Meetinghouse in said town on the 9 th day 
of March 1819 — agreeable to the foregoing Warrant pro- 
ceeded to the choice of a Moderator and Samuel Moor was 
chosen Frederick. G-. Stark was chosen town Clerk and 
sworn 

Voted to pospone the remainder of the, 2 nd article in the 
warrant unil after the town accounts are Exhibited 

Voted to allow Samuel. P. Kidders account amounting to 
three Dollars 

Voted to choose a committee to settle with the Select Men. 
and all others having accounts against the town — and that 
the committee be autharised to settle with the town treas- 
urer — and make report at the adjourment 

Job Powell. Joseph Moor and Ephraim Stevens jur — Com- 
mittee • 

Voted To postpone the choice of town officers, and pro- 
ceed to the choice of State officers and John. G. Moor was 
chosen to represent this Town in the Legislature. Balloted 
for State and County officers, and the following is a State- 
ment of the Votes 



66 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

For Governor Samuel Bell had 40 Votes 



David L Morril 




. " 27 ' 




William Hale . 




. " 6 ' 




John Dwinnel 


... 


. " 1 < 




For Counsellor Richard H. Ayer 


. 


. \41 < 




John Orr . . 




6 ' 




For Senator James Parker . 




19 ' 




John Gould 




43 ' 




John Folsom . 




8 ' 




For County treasurer David Stewart . 


85 * 




For " Register Isaac Brooks 


, , . 


85 < 




For Eeprentatives to Congress— 


- Josiah 


Butler . . 


43 




William 


l Plumer iu 


43 




Nathaniel Upham . 


43 




Clifton 


Claggett . . 


37 




Joseph 


Buffum jur . 


43 




Arthur 


Livermore . 


43 




Jeremiah Smith . . 


1 




John Hazen . . . 


1 




Stephen Moody . . 


1 




Parker 


Noyes . . 


1 




Levi Jackson . . 


1 




Mills Olcot . . . 


1 



Voted To adjourn this meeting to meet at this place on 
Tuesday next at 10 oClock A. M. 

Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk. 

Met according to adjournment 

Voted to pospone the choice of Select Men until the Com- 
mittee on accounts report and in The mein time proceed 
with the Choice of other Town officers 

Voted Joseph Moor Town Treasurer 

Voted Jesse Baker Constable — who was sworn 



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67 



sworn 
do 
do 
do 



2 sworn. 
3 

4 sworn 

5 sworn 

6 sworn 

7 sworn 

8 sworn 
9 



Fish Wards. 



Surveyors of 
Highways 



Tything Men 



Voted Israel Webster 

Jonathan Heseltine 
Jacob Brown do }* 

John Calf 
Peter Emerson — 
Voted John Stark 3 rd for No 1 
Job Rowell 
Joseph Young 
Hezekiah Young 
Israel Webster 
James McQuestin 
David Dickey 
Samuel Moor 
John Brown 
Voted John Dwinnel 
Richard Hardy 
Voted Samuel. P. Kidder Sealer of Weights and Measures 
Voted Joseph Moor 
John Brown 
John P Webster 
Asa Sawyer 
Jonathan Harvey 
John Griffin sworn 

Voted James Griffin 
Samuel Hall 
Nathaniel Baker 
Samuel Moor 

Voted James Griffin sworn 

Samuel Hall sworn 

Samuel. P. Kidder sworn 

Israel Webster 

Eeuben Sawyer sworn 

Jonathan Heseltine 
John Stark jur sworn 

Samuel Moor 
Nathaniel Moor 



Hog Reeves 



Corders of Wood 



> Surveyors of Lumber 



68 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Voted Isaac Stevens 



Cullers of Staves — 
Keuben bawyer 

Voted John Hall — Pound and Meetinghouse Keeper 
Voted The Select Men — Fire Wards and Fence Viewers 
Voted — To pospone The 7 th Article until the Committee on 
accounts make their report 

Article 8 Voted to raise One Dollar on the poll for re- 
pairing Highways 

Article 9 Voted That the Select Men see that the Eoad 
in question be opened and repaired, and annex it to some 
district or districts 

Voted to dismiss the 10 th Article 

The Comittee appointed to settle with the Select Men &c 
brot in the following 

Report 

We the subscribers being a Committee appointed by the 
Town of Manchester to examine and adjust accounts with 
the Selectmen Having attended the duty assigned them do 
agree to Report as follows — On settlement with the Treas- 
urer we find he has receved of the several Collectors the 
sum of 455.29 
and has paid over to the Town 455.29 

which leaves the balance Even — also 

On settlement with Isaac Huse Esq we find due to him for 

services the year past 31.14 

We also find that he has received from Collectors 

and other persons the sum of 406.40 

and that he has paid out for orders &c 296.09 

which leaves a balance in his hands of 110.41 

40.00 

150.31 
We also find due to John Dickey for services &c . . 38.04 

paid for venduing the Poor .80 

To Nathaniel Moor for do ... . 13.50 



14.30 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 69 



John G. Moor for do . . 

Samuel Moor for do . . 

Ephraim Stevens for do . . 

James Griffin for attending on Committee 

Money the town oed . . . 

Pesely Debt 



5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
244.48 
214.00 

458.48 



Due from Nutt to the town 259.09 

Due from I. Huse 150.31 



309.40 309.40 



149.08 



Ephraim Stevens jur. ) 
Job. Eowell > Committy 

Joseph Moor ) 

Which Report was Accepted 
Voted to proceed to the choice of Selectmen 
and Samuel Moor 

Ephraim Stevens jur. 
and John Stark 4 th were chosen and sworn 
Voted to choose a committee to examine and settle the 
accounts against the Town, previous to the next March Meet- 
ing and report at the same Israel Merrill, Nathaniel Moor and 

Isaac Huse Committee 

Voted That Abigail Davis, Paulina Smith and Benjamin 

Smith, town paupers, be sold to the lowest bidder — at 

Quimby House 

Voted To Excuse William Gamble and John Griffin of 

colour from paying a poll Tax this present year 

Voted To raise 400 Dollars for the Towns use 

Voted To raise 200 Dollars in addition to the above 
Voted To Authorise Frederick G. Stark to procure Glass 
and Glaze the Windows in the Meeting house — and that he 
should be paid out of the money raised for the Towns 
uses 



70 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Voted To Allow Nathaniel Baker 7 Dollars in full for his 

account 7.00 
Voted To Allow Israel Merril's account amounting to 5.29 
The meeting repaired to Mr. Quimbys to sell the Town 
Paupers &c 

The meeting being opened in Mr. Quimbys southeast 
room the Collectorship was sold at Auction to John Young 
at 2| pr Cent for Collecting 

The Towns poor was then sold on the following Condi- 
tions The purchaser to keep the person struck off to him. 
free from any Expense to the Town one year from this 
16 th of March 1819 — Cloathing and Doctors bills excepted 
Abigail Davis was struck off to Jonathan Young at 49.50 
Benjamin Smith was struck off to Joseph. B. Hall. " 39.50 
Paulina Smith was struck off to John Stark jur " 12.00 
Old Mrs Porter was struck off to James McQuesten " 38.00 
Old Arwin and Wife was struck off to Jonas Harvey " 75.00 
James Arwin was struck off to Jonas Harvey nothing 

Samuel Porter was struck off to Asa Heseltine 
who agreed to cloath him and give the town ten Dollars 
The Porter Farm was Lett at auction to Job Eowell a 12.75 
Recorded by 
Frederick. G. Stark. Town Clerk 

Manchester, March 16 th 1819 — We the subsribers do 
hereby Licence Nathaniel Moor to sell Eum or spirits at his 
House in Manchester for the term of one year from date 

Ephraim Stevens jur 
John Stark 4 th 

Select Men 

We hereby Licence Frederick G. Stark to sell all Kinds 
of Spirits and Mix d Liquor by great or small quantities one 
year from the 16 th day of March 1819 

Samuel Moor 
Ephraim Stevens jr 
Select Men of Manchester 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 71 

We hereby Licence Joseph Moor to keep a Tavern at his 
House in Manchester one year following this 13 th day of April 

1819 

Samuel Moor 
Ephraim Stevens ju 

Select Men 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Joseph Baker — Constable in the town of Manchester 
geeting 

We command you in the name of the State of Newhamp- 
shire to win all the Leagal Voters In sd. Manchester — To 
meet at the Meeting House In s d Manchester on tuesday the 
thirteenth Day of April Next At one of the Clock in the 
afternoon To act on the Following Articles — Viz 

1 st To choose a moderoator to Govern s d Meeting 

2 d To se What the town will Due with Alexander Arwine 
and family 

3 th To se if the Town will support David Stevens and 
others In A Sute Brought Against them By Esq Kidder and 
Robert Hall for cutting they Say wood and other stuf on 
there Land 

4" To Se if the town will chuse one or more persons as a 
committee to Examinen Into Esq. John Stark Selling the Land 
He Sais Was Nonresedent and se if he sold that Land Law- 
fully and report the same to the town 

5 th To se How much Monney the town will raise to repair 
the Meetinghouse and to act on any other thing that may 
come before the meeting and make Due return of this War- 
rant with your doings thereon at or Before the Day of Hold- 
ing said Meting to Us — Given under our Hands and Seal 
at Manchester this 27 th Day of March A. D. 1819 

Samuel Moor 
Ephraim Stevens ju 
Sellect Men of Manchester 

Hillsborough SS. Manchester March the 29—1819 

in obedence to the within Warrant I have, warnd all the 



72 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Legal voters to meet at the time place within menched by 
posting up at the meeting house in Manchester a true atested 
copy of the within Warrant as the law directs 

Jessee Baker Constable 

At a special meeting of the Inhabitants of the town of 
Manchester held at the Meetinghouse on Tuesday the 13 th 
of April 1819 — agreeable to the foregoing "Warrant John 
G. Moor was chosen Moderator 

Voted that the person who bid off the Arwine family shal 
beholden to support them 

Voted That the petition upon which the third article was 
inserted in the warrant be produced and Lodged with the town 
Clerk to be recorded 

This Vote being disputed the house was polled and there 
were 23 in favour and 29 against it — so the motion did not 
prevail 

Voted To dismiss the 3 rd Article 

Voted That the Selectmen be the committee contemplated 
by the 4 th Article 

Voted Captain Stevens be sole agent to examine into Esqr. 
Starks selling the Nonresident Land — Voted to dismiss 
the 5 th Article 

Voted to Dissolve this Meeting 

A true Eecord Attest 

Frederick. G. Stark. Town Clerk 



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EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 81 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough, ss 
To Jesse Baker Constable in Manchester — Greeting 
In the name of the State of Newhampshire you are hereby 
required to warn all the Legal voters in the town of Man- 
chester to meet at the meetinghouse in s d town on Thursday 
the second day of September next at two O'clock P. M. to 

act on the following articles Viz 

1 st To Choose a moderator to govern s d meeting 
2 nd To Choose a person qualified to fill the vacancy in the 
board of Selectmen occasioned by the death of Samuel Moor 
Esq. 

3rd rp Q re p a j r .j-he Meetinghouse 

4 th To runout and Lot the Town and procure a plan There- 
of. 

5 th To transact all other business that may Legally come 
before s d meeting and make due return of this Warrant with 
your doings thereon to us on or before the hour of holding 
said meeting. — Given under our hands and Seal at Man- 
chester this fourteenth day of August A*. D. 1819 

John Stark 4 th 
Ephraim Stevens ju 
Selectmen of Manchester 

Hillsborough ss Manchester Aug. 17 th — 1819 
In obedience to this warrant I have notified all the Legal 
voters in Manchester, to meet at time and place within named 
by posting up at the meeting house in said Town a true at- 
tested Copy of the within Warrant as the law directs. 

Jesse Baker — Constable 

At a meeting of the inhabitants of Manchester held at the 
meeting house on Thursday the 2 nd day of September 1819 
— agreeable to the foregoing Warrant 

John Stark jur. Esq. was chosen moderator Joseph Moor 
was chosen Select man and 

sworn on the 6 th of Sept r . 

Voted That — The select men be authorised to repair the 



82 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

"breach in the roof of the Meetinghouse and repair the Win- 
dows at the Expence of the town. 

Article 4 th was dismiss d 

Article 5 — Likewise 

F. G. Stark, Town Clerk 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To John Young Collector in the town of Manchester for 
1819 — Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of New- 
hampshire to Levy and collect of the several persons named 
in this Tax bill the several Sums affixed to each of their 
names and to pay to the treasurer of this State on or before 
the first day of November next the sum of ninety seven Dol- 
lar twenty Cents, and likewise to pay to the treasurer of the 
County of Hillsborough the sum of Forty five Dollars sixty 
Cents on or before the first day of September next insuing — 
and likewise to pay to the treasurer of the town of Man- 
chester the sum of Four Hundred Dollars on or before the 
first day of November next and Likewise to pay to s d Treas- 
urer of the town of Manchester the sum of Four Hundred 
and Seventy two Dollars and thirty six Cents on or before 
the second Tuesday of March 1820 and you are to follow the 
rules and regulations of the Law in Levying and collecting 
the same and this shal be your sufficient warrant given under 
our hands and seal at Manchester this 10 th day of June A. D. 
1819 

John Stark 4 th 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Select Men of Manchester 



Tax Bill for 1819 

Eobert Martin . . 
Nathan Kimball 

John Emerson . . 

John Stark 3 rd . . 



Town 
Tax 


School 
Tax 


State 
Tax 


County- 
Tax 


$ cts 


$ cts 


$ 


cts 


$ cts 


33 


12 




5 


3 


4 13 


1 48 




66 


31 


3 91 


1 40 




62 


29 


8 59 


3 08 


1 


3S 


65 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



83 



Amos Kimball . . . 


. 8 


72 


3 14 


1 40 


66 


Alex r M c Coy . . . . 


. 3 


16 


1 13 


51 


24 


John Stark jur . . . 


. 9 


75 


3 50 


1 56 


74 


Archibald Stark . . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Charles Emerson . . 


. 3 


10 


81 


45 


23 


Israel Young . . . 


. 1 


58 


57 


25 


12 


John Stark 4 th .. . 


. 5 


77 


2 07 


82 


44 


John Kay 


. 8 


93 


3 21 


1 43 


68 


James Eay . . . . 


. 1 


48 


53 


23 


12 


Jeremiah Eay . . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


John G. Moor . . . 


. 8 


57 


3 07 


1 37 


65 


James Griffin . . . 


. 4 


60 


1 65 


74 


35 


John Griffin . . . . 


. 3 


54 


1 27 


62 


27 


E. G. Stark . . . 


. 2 


04 


72 


33 


16 


G. B. Stark . . . 


. 4 


53 


1 63 


73 


34 


Israel Merrill . . . 


. 10 


21 


3 76 


1 63 


77 


Samuel P. Kidder . 


. 8 


64 


3 10 


1 29 


65 


David Seavy . . . 


. 2 


36 


85 


38 


18 


Phillip Stevens . . 


. 6 


30 


2 26 


1 00 


48 


Job Howell . . . 


. . 7 


42 


2 66 


1 19 


56 


Andrew French . . 


. 1 


85 


67 


29 


14 


John Harwood . . 


. 4 


22 


1 52 


73 


32 


John Harwood jur . 


. 2 


12 


76 


34 


16 


Daniel Harwood . . 


. 2 


36 


85 


38 


18 


Jessee Baker . . . 


. . 1 


85 


67 


29 


14 


Israel Brown jur 


. . 1 


68 


60 


21 


13 


Nathaniel Baker . . 


. . 6 


19 


2 22 


88 


47 


David Stevens . . . 


. 2 


33 


84 


37 


18 


William Combs jur . 


. . 1 


77 


64 


28 


13 


Benjamin Stevens . 


. . 4 


12 


1 47 


67 


21 


Moses Davis . . . 


. . 5 


77 


2 07 


92 


44 


Ephraim Stevens . 


. . 1 


59 


57 


25 


12 


Ephraim Stevens jur 


. . 5 


28 


1 90 


85 


36 


Thomas Hardy . . 


. . 3 


39 


1 22 


54 


26 


Joseph Young . . 


. . 6 


17 


2 21 


99 


46 


Eichard Hardy . . 


. . 1 


59 


57 


25 


12 


"William Hardy . . 


. . 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 



84 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



James H. Saunders . 


. . 1 90 


38 


28 


15 


Isaac Farmer . . 


. . 1 99 


71 


29 


15 


Daniel Hall . . . 


. . 7 95 


2 85 


1 27 


60 


Henry E. Barrett . 


. . 3 16 


1 14 


51 


24 


Samuel Hall . . . 


. . 7 53 


2 70 


1 21 


57 


Ezekiel Stevens . . 


. . 2 81 


1 10 


44 


20 


Isaac Stevens . . 


. . 2 96 


1 06 


45 


21 


Hezekiah Young . 


. . 6 19 


2 22 


97 


46 


Israel Brown . . 


. . 2 96 


1 06 


47 


23 


John G. Brown . . 


. . 2 96 


1 06 


45 


22 


Ezekiel S. Merrill . 


. . 2 01 


72 


33 


15 


Joseph B. Hall . . 


. . 4 02 


1 48 


64 


30 


John Dwinnel . . 


. . 42 


15 


7 


3 


Elisha Quimby . . 


. . 10 65 


3 82 


1 71 


80 


David Heseltine 


. . 1 37 


49 


22 


11 


John Hall . . . 


. . 4 93 


1 77 


78 


37 


Sewel Heseltine . . 


. 1 37 


49 


22 


11 


James M c Questen . . 


. 6 41 


2 57 


1 14 


54 


Elijah Hogg . . . 


. 2 33 


84 


38 


18 


Amos Eoaf . . . . 


. 1 37 


49 


22 


11 


William Hogg . . . 


. 1 59 


57 


25 


12 


Daniel Corning . . , 


. 7 15 


2 57 


1 14 


54 


Moses Young . . . 


. 1 37 


49 


22 


11 


John Young Jur . . 


. 2 85 


1 02 


45 


22 


Moses Eoaf . . . 


. 5 17 


1 86 


82 


39 


John Brown . . . . 


. 5 11 


1 84 


81 


38 


John P. Webster . . 


. 7 58 


2 72 


1 24 


57 


Enos Webster . . . 


. 1 59 


57 


25 


12 


David Webster jur . . 


. 6 89 


2 47 


1 09 


52 


Elijah A. Nutt . . . 


. 3 01 


1 05 


47 


23 


Anna Nutt . . . . 


42 


15 


7 


3 


Saml Moor . . . . 


. 4 91 


1 76 


78 


37 


Joseph Moor . . . . 


. 22 20 


7 60 


3 40 


1 60 


Nathaniel Moor . . . 


. 13 19 


4 73 


2 11 


1 00 


Jessee Jonson . . . 


. 2 10 


76 


34 


16 


John Calf . . . . 


. 3. 76 


1 35 


60 


28 


Jacob Brown . • . 


. 2 43 


87 


39 


18 



EARLY KECOEDS OF MANCHESTER. 



85 



Saml Brown . . . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Burnice Prichard . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Eobert Perham . . 


. 5 


28 


1 90 


85 


40 


William Perham . . 


. 4 


11 


1 48 


57 


31 


James Nutt . . . 


. 10 


47 


3 76 


1 69 


79 


James Nutt jur . . . 


. 4 40 


1 58 


71 


33 


Saml Moor jur . . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Joseph White . . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


David Dickey . . . 


. 10 


65 


3 82 


1 71 


80 


Jonas Harvey . . . 


. 16 


14 


5 79 


2 59 


1 22 


Peter Emerson . . . 


. 7 


88 


2 07 


1 26 


60 


Richard Young . . . 


. 1 


78 


64 


27 


13 


John Young . . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Peter Young . . 


. 2 


96 


1 10 


47 


23 


Jonathan Harvey . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Nathan Butler . . . 


. 2 


54 


91 


40 


19 


Joshua Blodgett 


. 1 


90 


68 


31 


15 


Jacob Garvin . . 


. 5 


25 


1 90 


85 


46 


Jacob Whittemore . 


. 4 


71 


1 69 


75 


36 


Daniel Watts . . 


. 5 


Q6 


2 03 


90 


43 


Amos Weston . . . 


. 4 


50 


1 62 


72 


36 


Amos Weston jur . 


. . 3 


38 


1 22 


54 


26 


Isaac Huse . . . 


. 20 


98 


7 52 


3 37 


1 59 


Stephen Wescut . . 


. . 2 


15 


77 


35 


16 


John Heseltine . . 


. 2 


33 


84 


38 


18 


Nathaniel Conant . 


. 2 


33 


84 


38 


18 


Sarah Conant . . 


. 1 


32 


48 


21 


10 


Asa Sawyer . . . 


, . 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Luke Hall . . . 


. . 1 


90 


68 


33 


14 


Ebenezer Corning . 


. . 1 


95 


70 


33 


15 


Abel P. Corning 


. . 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


William Perry . . 


. . 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Richard Perry . . 


. . 1 


59 


57 


25 


12 


Zacheus Greely . . 


. . 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Gilbert Greely . . 


. . 6 41 


2 30 


1 02 


48 


Elijah Flint . . . 


. . 5 


99 


1 96 


95 


45 


Benjamin Corning 


. . 4 


50 


1 62 


95 


36 



86 



MANCHESTEB HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Keuben Sawyer 


. . 5 


30 


1 90 


84 


40 


Asa Heseltine jur . 


. . 7 


78 


2 79 


1 25 


59 


John Heseltine jur . 


. . 4 


07 


1 46 


65 


31 


Asa Heseltine 3 rd . 


. . 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Ebenezer Webster . 


, . 2 


26 


81 


36 


17 


Amos Webster . . 


. . 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


David Webster . . 


. . 2 


15 


77 


35 


16 


Israel Webster . . 


. 11 


24 


4 03 


1 78 


85 


Joshua Webtser . . 


. . 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


John Webster junr 


. . 5 


17 


1 82 


91 


39 


Jonathan Heseltine 


. . 6 


06 


2 20 


97 


46 


Archbald Gamble . 


. . 17 


58 


6 31 


2 70 


1 32 


Archibald Gamble jur 


. 2 


96 


1 03 


48 


23 


Thomas Gamble . . 


. . 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


John Gamble . . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


Daniel Harris . . 


. 4 48 


1 59 


72 


36 


John Dickey . . 


. . 6 


92 


2 50 


1 10 


52 


Jonathan Young . . 


. 11 


58 


4 17 


1 75 


88 


Granderson Morse . 


. 6 


28 


2 24 


1 00 


47 


William Gamble . . 


. 


30 


11 


3 


1 


Hugh Boyes . . . 


. 7 


18 


2 57 


1 13 


54 


Nathan Jonson . . 


. 6 


07 


2 17 


97 


46 


John Proctor . . . 


. 5 


83 


2 09 


93 


43 


Levi Eussel . . . 


. 6 


36 


2 28 


1 01 


48 


Wade Cogswell . . . 


. 4 


16 


1 49 


67 


31 


John Frye .... 


. 6 


94 


2 49 


1 10 


52 


Jonathan Dickey . . 


. 1 


48 


53 


23 


12 


David Dickey jur . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 


John Mulk . . . . 


. 1 


37 


49 


22 


11 




Town 


Tax . . 


. 


639.10 




School 


Tax . 


. . 


226.84 




State 


Tax . . 




101.72 




County 


Tax . 


. 


47.50 



EARLY RECORDS OP MANCHESTER. 87 

A. D. 1820 

State of Newhampshire (L. S) Hillsborough ss 
To Jessee Baker Constable in Manchester Greeting 
In the name of the state of Newhampshire yon are hereby 
required to warn all the legal voters in the town of Man- 
chester to meet at the meeting house in said town on Tues- 
day the fourteenth day of March next at ten O'Clock A. M. 

to act in the following articles — Viz 

1 st To Choose a Moderator to govern said meeting. 

2 nd To Choose a Clerk for the ensuing year 

3 rd To Choose Selectmen for — do — do 

4 th To Choose State and County officers 



5 th To Choose a Eepresentative to represent the town in 
Legislature the ensuing year 

6 th To Choose all town officers necessary for this year 

7 th To hear the report of the committee on selectmen ac- 
counts 

gth rp Q j iear a -Q Q^hgj. town accounts 

9 th To see how much money the town will raise to pay 
town charges 

10 th To see how much money the town will raise to repair 
higways the ensuing year 

11 th To see of the town will vote to disannex James M c - 
Questen from School district No 2 and Amos Weston jur 
from district N° 3 and annex them to district N° 4 

12 th To see if the town will vote to disannex John Stark 
jur and John Stark 4 th from highway district No 2 and an- 
nex them to district No 1 

13 th To see if the town will Vote to commence an action 
against Jonas Harvey for neglecting to take and support the 
Arwen family agreeable to contract 

14 th To see if the town will choose one or more agents to 
enquire into the situation of the nonresident Land in town 



15 th To see if the town will vote to divide the 5 th High- 
way district 

Make due return of this Warrant with your doing thereon 



08 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Given under our hands and seal at Manchester aforesaid 
this Nineteenth day of February 1820 

Ephraim Stevens jur 
Joseph Moor 

Selectmen 

On the foregoing Warrant was endorsed as follows. 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

Manchester February 26 th 1820 

Pursuant to the within Warrant I have notified the inhab- 
itants of said Manchester to meet at the time and place 
within mentioned by posting up at the Meetinghouse in said 
town a true and attested Copy of this Warrant 

Jesse Baker Constable 
A true record Attest. 

Frederick. G. Stark town Clk 

March Meeting 

At an annual meeting of the inhabitants of the town of 
Manchester held at the meetinghouse this 14 th day of March 
1820 in pursuance of the foregoing Warrant Nathaniel Moor 
was chosen Moderator — Frederick. G. Stark was chosen 
Town Clerk and sworn 

Motion was made to pospone the Choice of Select men un- 
till after balloting for state and county officers — and reading 
town accounts — and Voted accordingly — proceeded to 
ballot for state and County officers 

Votes for Governor — Samuel Bell had 88 which was all 
the votes that were Cast for Governor 

Votes for Counsellor — Richard. H. Ayer had 87 which 
was all the votes that were Cast for Counsellor 

Votes for Senator — James Parker had 62 

John Gould had 31 

Votes for Treasurer — David Stewart had .... 93 
" for Register — Isaac Brooks had 93 

which was all the votes that were cast for Treasurer and 
Register. Isaac Huse was chosen to represent this town in 
the Legislature the ensuing year 



EAELY RECOEDS OF MANCHESTER. 89 

Voted That all accounts against the Town be read, and sub- 
mitted to the Committee who were appointed on accounts at 
the last march meeting and that the Committee report to the 
selectmen 

Chose — Joseph Moor — Ephraim Stevens jur and Amos 
Weston jur Selectmen who were all sworn into office 
Chose Gilbert Greely Constable — who was sworn 
Chose Nathaniel Moor Treasurer who was sworn 
Voted That the Selectmen be Fire "Wards and fence view- 
ers 

Voted For Surveyors of highway 
Nathan Kimball 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
John Eay 
Joseph. B. Hall 
John Dickey 
Nathaniel Conant 
Jonathan Young 
Nathaniel Moor 
John Brown 
John Proctor 

Voted — To divide the 5 th Highway district at the beach 
of the Pond on the line between Jonson and Websters land, 
and form a new district, from said place of division to John 
Fryes which district shall be called No. 10 

Voted Samuel P. Kidder Clerk of the Market and sealer 
of weights and measures 

Voted Nathan Jonson — Sealer of Leather 

Voted James H. Saunders — Jessee Saunders and Samuel 
Davis Hogreeves and James H. Saunders was sworn — 
Samuel Davis sworn 

Voted David Dickey ) 

Samuel Hall ? Corders of Wood 

Jess Jonson ) 



District No 


1 


sworn 


a 


No 


3 


sworn 


a 


No 


2 


sworn 


a 


No 


4 


sworn 


a 


No 


5 


sworn 


a 


No 


6 


sworn 


a 


No 


7 


sworn 


a 


No 


8 


sworn 


a 


No 


9 


sworn 


a 


No 10 


sworn 



90 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Voted Nathaniel Moor sworn 
Samuel Hall 

Frederick G. Stark sworn 
Israel Webster sworn 
Jonathan Heseltine 
James Griffin sworn 
Samuel P. Kidder sworn 

Choose Samuel Hall ) 

Joseph Moor sworn ) 

Ebenezer Corning 
John Frye 
Ebenezer Webster 
John Harwood 
David Webster jur 
James Griffin 



>■ Surveyors of Lumber 



Cullers of stave= 



Fish Wards 



Samuel Jackson Pound Keeper and meetinghouse keeper 

Voted To dismiss the 12 th Article in the Warrant 

Voted To raise one dollar on the poll for the purpose of 
repairing Highways. 

Voted To raise fifty Cents on the poll for the purpose or 
repairing Highways in the Winter should the same be wanted 

Voted That the Selectmen be authorized to prosecute Jonas 
Harvey for neglecting to take the Arwen family — provided 
they find it expedient. 

Voted — That the Selectmen be a Committee to investi- 
gate the situation of the nonresident land in town. 

Voted To disannex James M c Questen from school district 
No. 2 and Amos Weston jur from district No 3 and annex 
them to district No 4 

Voted To allow the Estate of the late Samuel Moor Esq. 
four Dollars for his services as a Selectman 

Voted To raise five hundred Dollars for the Towns use 

Voted To raise One Hundred Dollars in addition to the 
above 

Voted To Adjourn the meeting to Mr. Quimb} T s House 
to vendue the town paupers &c 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



91 



Proceedings of March meeting Continued Met at Mr. 
Quimbys house agreeable to adjournment. 

present — the moderator — the select men — the town 
Clerk and Citizens 

The Collectorship was set up at auction and struck off to 
John Dwinnel the lowest bidder at one and a half pr. Cent 
for Collecting 

And it was voted to accept him as Collector on his giving 
sufficient bonds — proceeded to vendue the Town paupers 
— and the following paper was drawn up and signed by the 
several undertakers as below 

We the subscribers hereby bind ourselves firmly by these 
presents to take and support the poor persons belonging to 
the Town of Manchester at the rate below stated — one year 
following the 16 th of March 1820 or to pay all damages that 
may accrue to the town in consequence of our neglect. — in 
case of the death of any of the paupers mentioned below pre- 
vious to the Expiration of the year — the pay to be propor- 
tioned to the time — Cloathing and Doctors excepted 



Paulina Smith 
one year for Ten Dollars 
Benjamin Smith one 
year for Thirty-Eight Dollars 
Abigail Davis one 
year for Thirty-nine 
Dollars and eighty-five cents 
Old Mrs. Porter one year ) 
for Eighteen Dollars and ) 
forty five Cents J 

Samuel Porter one year 
for nothing and give the 
town fourteen Dollars be 
sides Cloathing him 
The Arwin Family with 
the use of the Porter farm no 
wood to be cut off except for fire 
wood to be used in the house and re- 
pairing the fences — for Seventy-four 
Dollars 



John Pay 

Samuel Hall 
Isaac Stevens 
Phillip Stevens 

Elisha Quimby 
John Dwinnell 

Daniel Harwood 
Job Powell 



Israel Webster 



James Nutt jui 
James Nutt 



92 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Eeport of OoaaaTiBB 

The Committee appointed by the town of Manchester to 
examine adjust and settle the accounts against said town 
having attended that duty Eeport as follows That they have 
examined the account of Ephraim Stevens jur and find it 
equitable to allow him $27.00 

They have likewise examined the account of John 
Stark 4 th and agree to allow him 16.02 

They have likewise attended to John Stark 4 th 's 
account for procuring Guardianship for Theophilus 
Griffin and on condition of his agreeing as guardian of 
said Griffin to refund the same to the town agree to 
allow him 13.48 

To allow James McQuesten for furnishing Cloath- 
ing for Mrs. Porter 8.50 

And to allow Joseph Moor for his services as Se- 
lectman &c as pr his acct 12.25 

And to allow Frederick. G. Starks account for ser- 
vices as town Clerk for 1819 5.00 

To allow Jessee Bakers account for services as 
Constable for 1819 1.50 

To allow Job Eowells account for services as Com- 
mittee man in 1819 1.00 

To allow William Wallaces acct. for doctoring pau- 
pers 2.35 

To allow part of Israel Websters account which 
is to be in full for boarding the Arwin family . . . 103.33 

To allow on David Websters account for house 
rent for the Arwin family 12.00 

$202.43 

Which is submitted to the Selectmen agreeable to a vote 

of the town passed the 14 th day of March 1820 

March 18 th 1820 

Israel Merrill 

ISTathl Moore 

Isaac Huse 

Committee 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 93 

We the subscribers selectmen of Manchester having con- 
sidered the within report, agree in behalf of said town to ac- 
cept the same 

Joseph Moor 
Ephraim Stevens ju 
Amos Weston jur 

Selectmen 
Manchester March 18 th 1820 

A. D. 1820 

Licences 

This may Certify that we have given Samuel P. Kidder 
Licence to sell spirituous Liquors at his house in Manchester 
for one year and no longer. 



March 25 to 1820 



Eecorded April 1 st 1820 
Manchester April l rt 1820 



Joseph Moor 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Selectmen of Manchester 



We hereby aprobate and Licence Frederick. G. Stark to 
sell by retail all kinds of spirituous and mix d liquors at his 
store and house in Manchester one year from this date. 

Joseph Moor 
Ephraim Stevens jur 

Selectmen 
Eecorded April 1 st 1820 
Manchester March 14 th 1820 

We the undersigned Selectmen of Manchester hereby grant 
to Samuel Jackson Licence to retail spirituous Liquors at his 
dwelling house in said Manchester for and during the term 
of one year from date. 

Joseph Moor 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Selectmen of Manchester 
Eecorded April 1 st 1820 



94 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

This may certify that we the subscribers have given Joseph 
Moor Licence to keep a public house at his house in Man- 
chester and sell spirituous Liquors for one year 

Ephraim Stevens jur 
Amos Weston jur 
Selectmen of Manchester 
Eecorded April 1 st 1820 

This may certify all whoom it may concern that we the 
subscribers give Josiah Marden and Aaron Seavy licence to 
sell spirituous Liquors at their house in Manchester. 

Joseph Moor 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Selectmen of Manchester 
Manchester May 30 th 1820. 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



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MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Inventory for 1820 
Nonresidents 


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76, 






38 


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100. 






50 


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80 


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40 


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1 




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2 95 


Robert Hall 




100. 






50 


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80 






40 


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30 






15 


Nathl. Smith 


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88 






44 


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60 






30 


Benjamin Leach .... 




30 






15 


George M c Allister . . . . 




50 






25 


Jedidiah Morse .... 




100 






-50 


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54 






27 


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2 


20 






50 


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75 






Thomas Patterson . . . 








24 


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Charles Cox 








10 


83 


Newell Lott 




100 






50 


Jonathan Butterfleld . . 




50 






25 


Robert Wilson .... 




25 






13 


Adams & Boyes .... 


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100 






70 


F P. Riddle .... 




100 






50 


Richard Barker .... 




40 






20 


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Jeremiah Sandborn 




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Jacob Stanyan . . 




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Nath 1 Sandborn . . 




100 






50 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 
To John Dwinnel collector of Taxes for the year 1820 
Greeting 
You are hereby required in the name of said state to levy 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



103 



and collect of the several persons named in this list of Taxes 
the sums affixed to their names respectively and you are to 
pay to the Treasurer of the State of Newhampshire Ninety- 
seven Dollars and twenty cents on or "before the first day of 
November next which is the State tax — and one other sum 
of fifty six Dollars and ninety five cents you are to pay to 
the treasurer of the County of Hillsborough on or before the 
first day of September next which is the County tax — and 
you are to pay to the treasurer of the Town of Manchester, 
Three hundred Dollars on or before the first day of Septem- 
ber next and the remainder of this list of Taxes which is 
seven hundred and Sixteen Dollars and eighty eight Cents 
you are to pay to the Treasurer of the town of Manchester 

on or before the first day of March next And if any 

person or persons refuse or neglect to pay said sums affixed to 
their names You are to follow the directions of the Law in 
that case made and provided — and this shall be your suffi- 
cient warrant for the same. 

Given under our hands and Seal at Manchester this tenth 
day of June A. D. 1820 

Joseph Moor 
Ephraim Stevens Jur 
Amos Weston Jur 
Selectmen of Manchester 









1820 Tax Bill 






School district No. 7 










Town Tax 


School 


State 


County 


Nathan Kimball 


. . 3 54 


1 20 


54 


33 


John Emerson . 






3 75 


1 30 


57 


35 


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10 12 


3 44 


1 53 


95 


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1 38 


47 


21 


13 


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8 14 


2 78 


1 23 


77 


Joseph Day . 








5 73 


1 95 


87 


54 


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1 67 


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2 02 


90 


56 


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47 


21 


13 



104 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



District Xo. 1 














John Eay . . . . 


. 6 


87 


2 


33 


1 04 


65 


James Eay . . . . 


. 1 


99 




68 


31 


19 


John. G. Moor . . . 


. 7 


90 


2 


69 


1 20 


74 


John Griffin . . . . 


. 1 


96 




67 


30 


18 


Frederick. G. Stark . 


. 3 


69 


1 


25 


56 


35 


Andrew French . . 


. 2 


55 




87 


39 


24 


Job Eowell . . . 


. 6 


89 


2 


34 


1 04 


65 


Gratis B. Stark . . . 


. 4 


64 


1 


58 


71 


44 


Andrew Seavy . . 


. 1 


38 




47 


21 


13 


Phillip Stevens . . 


. 7 


37 


2 


50 


1 11 


70 


Alpha Stevens . . 


. 1 


38 




47 


21 


13 


Daniel Harwood . . 


. 2 


58 




88 


40 


24 


Israel Young . . , 


. 2 


17 




74 


33 


20 


Samuel P. Kidder . 


. 8 


64 


2 


94 


1 31 


82 


David Seavy . . . 


. 2 


21 




76 


34 


21 


John Harwood . . 


. 4 


08 


1 


3'9 


62 


38 


Israel Brown jur 


. 1 


88 




64 


29 


18 


Jessee Baker . . . 


. 1 


59 




54 


24 


15 


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Henry E Barrett . 


. 3 


21 


1 


10 


49 


30 


John Hall . . . 


. . 5 


09 


1 


73 


77 


48 


Moses Davis . . . 


. 6 


39 


2 


18 


97 


60 


Isaac Stevens . . 


. . 3 


08 


1 


06 


46 


29 


Ephraim Stevens . 


. . 1 


59 




54 


24 


15 


Joseph Young . . 


. . 6 


41 


2 


54 


97 


61 


Ephraim Stevens jur 


. . 5 


96 


2 


04 


91 


56 


Daniel Hall . . . 


. . 7 


94 


2 


60 


1 20 


75 


Samuel Jackson . . 


. . 6 


76 


2 


20 


1 03 


64 


John Dwinnel . . 


. . 3 


58 


1 


19 


53 


33 


Elisha Quimby . . 


. . 5 


91 


2 


01 


90 


56 


Isaac Farmer . . 


. . 1 


88 




64 


29 


18 


Joseph. B. Hall . . 


. . 4 


17 


1 


41 


63 


39 


James H Saunders . 


. . 1 


67 




57 


26 


16 


Jessee Saunders 


. . 1 


38 




47 


21 


13 


Ben. Stevens . . 


. . 5 


88 


2 


00 


89 


55 


Samuel Hall . . . 


. . 6 


36 


2 


16 


1 12 


60 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



105 



Hez k Young . . . 


. . 6 73 


2 29 


1 18 


64 


Moses. D. Young . 


. . 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


Israel Brown . . 


. . 2 70 


92 


41 


26 


Ezekiel. S. Merrill . 


. . 2 12 


72 


32 


20 


Nathl Baker . . . 


. . 6 57 


2 23 


99 


62 


Nathl Baker jur 


. . 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


Samuel Davis . . 


. . 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


Edward Aiken . . 


. . 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


Daniel Corning . . 


. . 6 36 


2 14 


95 


60 


Nathl Merrill . . 


. 1 59 


54 


24 


15 


Josiali Perry . . . 


. . 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


David Heseltine . . 


. . 1 59 


54 


24 


15 


William Combs Jur . 


. . 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


John Young jur . . 


. . 3 18 


1 05 


47 


29 


David Stevens . . 


. . 1 80 


61 


28 


17 


John Stevens . . 


. 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


Richard Young . . 


. 2 37 


80 


36 


22 


Thomas Hardy . . 


. . 3 18 


1 08 


48 


30 


Richard Hardy . . 


. 1 59 


54 


24 


15 


William Hardy . . 


. 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


Jon a Young jur 


. 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


John. G. Brown 


. 2 97 


1 02 


45 


28 


District No. 3 










James Griffin . . . 


. 4 24 


1 44 


64 


40 


Joseph Andrus . . 


. 4 27 


1 46 


65 


40 


John Brown . . . . 


. 5 01 


1 71 


76 


47 


Asa M Sawyer . . . 


. 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


Enos Webster . . , 


. 1 59 


54 


24 


15 


David Webster jur . , 


. 5 40 


1 84 


82 


51 


Joseph Moor . . . 


. 18 53 


6 30 


2 80 


1 75 


Nathl. Moor . . . . 


. 13 33 


4 54 


2 02 


1 26 


Widow Moor . . . 


. 1 94 


66 


29 


18 


Jessee Jonson . . . 


. 1 99 


67 


30 


19 


Jacob Brown . . . . 


. 1 38 


47 


21 


13 


Samuel Brown . . . 


. 2 97 


1 01 


45 


28 


John Calf . . . . 


. 2 44 


83 


37 


23 


James Nutt . . . . 


. 11 39 


3 88 


1 72 


1 07 



106 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



James Nutt jur 








3 


64 


1 


24 


56 


34 


Israel Merrill 






6 


62 


2 


25 


1 00 


63 


Robert Perham 








2 


91 


1 


00 


44 


22 


Jonas Harvey 








15 


32 


5 


21 


2 31 


1 50 


John Young . 








1 


59 




54 


24 


15 


Peter Young . 








3 


76 


1 


28 


57 


35 


Peter Emerson 








7 


52 


2 


56 


1 14 


71 


John P Webster 








7 


68 


2 


61 


1 16 


72 


David Dickey 








10 


22 


3 


50 


1 54 


96 


Moses Roaf . 








3 


71 


1 


26 


56 


35 


Saml Moor . 








1 


38 




47 


21 


13 


District No. 4 












Amos Weston .... 4 


87 


1 


6Q 


74 


46 


Amos Weston jur 




. 3 


71 


1 


26 


56 


35 


James M c Questen 




. . 7 


85 


2 


67 


1 19 


74 


Isaac Huse . . 




. 23 


05 


7 


83 


3 48 


2 17 


John Heseltine . 




. 3 


23 


1 


10 


49 


30 


Sarah Conant 




. 1 


43 




49 


22 


14 


Nathl. Conant . 




. . 2 


44 




83 


37 


23 


Reuben Sawyer . 




. . 5 


30 


1 


80 


80 


50 


Jon a Young . . 




. 11 


42 


3 


88 


1 73 


1 08 


Granderson Morse 




. 6 


07 


2 


06 


92 


57 


Zackeus Greely . 




. 1 


38 




47 


21 


13 


Gilbert Greeley . 




. . 6 


36 


2 


12 


95 


59 


Elijah Flint . . 




. . 4 82 


1 


64 


73 


46 


Benj a Corning . 




. . 3 


76 


1 


28 


57 


46 


John Mulk . . 




. . 1 


38 




47 


21 


13 


Asa Heseltine Jur 




. . 8 


56 


2 


91 


1 29 


81 


John Heseltine Jur 




. . 2 


12 




68 


32 


19 


Asa Heseltine 3 rd 




. . 1 


38 




47 


21 


13 


Silas Heseltine . 




. . 1 


38 




47 


21 


13 


David Webster . 




. . 2 


15 




73 


33 


20 


Amos Webster . 




. . 1 


38 




47 


21 


13 


Ebenezer Webster 




. . 3 


21 


1 


10 


49 


30 


Israel Webster . 




. 9 


59 


3 


26 


1 45 


91 


Joshua Webster 








. 1 


38 




47 


21 


13 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



107 



John Webster Jur 


. 


5 81 


1 


98 




88 


55 


Daniel Harris 


• . ■ • 


5 30 


1 


77 




79 


49 


Arch d Gamble . 


• . 


22 11 


7 


51 


3 


34 


2 08 


Thomas Gamble . 


. . . 


1 38 




47 . 




21 


13 


John Gamble 


. • . 


1 38 




47 




21 


13 


William Gamble . 


. . . 


1 38 




47 




21 


13 


Seth Wescut . . 


. * . 


2 22 




76 




34 


21 


John Dickey . . 


. 


6 99 


2 


38 


1 


06 


6Q 


David Dickey Jur 


. 


2 22 




76 




34 


21 


Jonathan Dickey 


. 


3 32 


1 


13 




50 


31 


Jon a Heseltine . 


. 


6 00 


2 


07 




91 


57 


Eben r Corning . . 


. 


1 96 




67 




30 


18 


Hugh Boyes . . 


. 


7 42 


2 


48 


1 


11 


70 


Luke Hall . . 


, 


1 67 




58 




25 


16 


Abel P. Corning 


• • 


1 38 




47 




21 


13 


District No. 5 
















Nathan Jonson . . 


. . 


4 96 


1 


69 




75 


47 


John Proctor . . 


. . 


5 35 


1 


82 




81 


51 


Levi Russel . 




5 88 
4 08 


2 
1 


00 
39 




89 
62 


56 


John Frye . . . 




39 


Wade Cogswell . . 


. 


3 74 


1 


27 




57 


35 


District No. 6 
















Jacob Whitmore . . 


. . 


4 77 


1 


62 




72 


45 


Daniel Watts . . 


. . 


7 05 


2 40 


1 


07 


67 


Joshua Blodgett . „ 


. 


2 12 




71 




32 


20 


Jacob Garvin . . 


t 


4 82 


1 


64 




73 


46 


Nonresidents 


No Lott 
No acres 


q 
o 

"8 

■a 

> 


a 
o 

u 
© 

Pi 
o 


83 

Eh 

s 
o 
H 


o 
o 

a 

CO 


9 

*-> 
03 

GO 


County 
Highways 


Robert Parker half 


7 58 


76. 


.38 


.40 


.14 


.7 


4 31 


Jonathan Palmer 
















Griffin lott . . 


75 


100 


50 


.53 


.18 


.8 


.5 .39 


Ezra Kimball 3 A. 
















Tillage 1 mowing 






.80 


85 


.29 


13 


.8 64 


Saml Head 2 A. 
















Tillage . . . 






.40 


.43 


.15 


.7 


.4 .32 



108 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Whitney & Cutler 

house & garden . 

Robert Hall unim- 



590. 2.95 3.13 1.06 .47 .29 2.30 



prov a .... 




75 


100 


.50 


.53 


.18 


.8 


.5 


.39 


Mark Duty heirs. 




















Adj Nat. Baker 




12 


25. 


.13 


.14 


.5 


.3 


.1 


.9 


Rich d Dole Adj. 




















Griffin farm . . 




28 


80. 


.40 


.43 


.15 


.7 


.4 


.32 


Rob 1 Nesmith un- 




















improv d . . . 






.30 


.15 


.16 


.6 


.3 


.2 


.12 


Nath 1 Smith . . . 






.88. 


.44 


.47 


.16 


.7 


.4 


.35 


Rob 1 Bartley 




















Meadow Lott . 






60 


.30 


.32 


.11 


.5 


.3 


.24 


Benj Leach do . . 






30. 


.15 


.16 


.6 


.3 


.2 


.12 


Geo. M c Allister do . 






50. 


.25 


.27 


.9 


.4 


.3 


.20 


Goodwin half . . 


34 


54 


54 


27 


29 


10 


4 


3 


21 


Jedidiah Morse . . 




80 


100 


.50 


.53 


.18 


.8 


.5 


.39 


Harvey & Emerson 








.50 


.53 


.18 


.8 


.5 


.39 


Redfield & Adams 




















house occ d by Jas. 




















Young .... 






75. 


.38 


.40 


.14 


.7 


.4 


.31 


Thomas Patterson 




















Mills .... 






24. 


2.00 


2.12 


.72 


.32. 


20 1.56 


Richard Parker . . 






40. 


.20 


.21 


.7 


.3 


.2 


.16 


Charles Cox -} 




















Mills .... 






10. 


.83 


.88 


.30 


.14 


.8 


M 


Robert Wilson . . 




8 


25 


.13 


.14 


.5 


.3 


.1 


.11 


Adams & Boyes . . 








.70 


.74 


.25 


.11 


.7 


.55 


W m P. Riddle . . 




40 


100 


.50 


.53 


.18 


.8 


.5 


.40 


Newell Lott . . . 






100 


.50 


.53 


.18 


.8 


.5 


.40 


Jon a Butterfield . 




40. 


50. 


.25 


.27 


.9 


.4 


.3 


20 


Jere Sanborn orig- 




















inal proprietor . 


45 


.60 


100. 


.50 


.53 


.18 


.8 


.5 


.40 


Jacob Stanyan do . 


4G 


60 


100. 


.50 


.53 


.18 


.8 


.5 


.40 


Nath 1 Sanborn do. 


47 


60. 


100. 


.56 


.53 


.18 


.8 


.5 


40 










$1016.88 


sum 


total - 





EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 109 

This may certify that we the subscribers have given Elisha 
Quimby Licence to keep a public house at his house in Man- 
chester and sell spirituous Liquor for one year. 
March 25 th 1820 

Amos Weston Jur 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Selectmen of Manchester 

Came into the enclosure of the subscriber about the tenth 
of October last Two Bed Two year old heifers, the owner is 
requested to prove property, pay charges and take them away 
Manchester Nov r 6 th 1820 

Joseph Moor 
1820 

November Meeting 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Gilbert Greeley Constable for the town of Manchester, 
Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of New- 
hampshire to notify and warn a nfeeting of the inhabitans 
of the town of Manchester who are qualified to vote in the 
choice of senators for the state Legislature to be held on 
Monday the sixth day of November next at the meetinghouse 
in s d Manchester at two OClock P. M. to act on the follow- 
ing articles Viz 

1 st To Choose a Moderator to regulate s d meeting. 

2 nd To vote by ballot for six persons duly qualified for 
Representatives of this state in the Congress of the United 
States agreeably to an act passed June 21 st A. D. 1792 — 
Also for Eight persons not holding offices of profit or trust 
under the United States to be Electors of President and Vice 
President of the United States Agreeably to an act passed 
June 19 th 1820 — And in the warning and notification of s d 
meeting you are to give fifteen days notice by posting a copy 
of this warrant, at the meeting house in s d Manchester, and 
make return of this Warrant to us on or before the hour of 
holding said meeting with your doings thereon — Given 



no 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



under our hands and Seal at Manchester this sixteenth day 

of October A. D. 1820 

L. S. 

Ephraim Stevens jur 
Amos Weston jur 

Selectmen 

Hillsborough ss Manchester Nov. 6 th 1820 — I have 
notified the within meeting by posting the within Warrant 
agreeable to Law. 

Gilbert Greley Constable 

November Meeting 

At a meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of Manchester 
duly notified and holden at the meeting house on the Sixth 
day of November 1820 agreeably to the foregoing Warrant 
Chose Isaac Huse Esq Moderator Proceeded to vote for 
Representatives to Congree and the votes were as follows 



Josiah Butler . . 


. 26 


William Badger . . 


. 1 


William Plumer jur 


. ,26 


Levi Jackson . . 


. 1 


Nathaniel Upham 


. '27 


Thomas Chandler . 


. 1 


Matthew Harvey 


. 27 


David M C G. Means . 


. 1 


Aaron Matson . . 


. 27 


Moore Eussel . . 


. 1 


Thomas Whipple jur 


. 27 


Samuel M. Eichardsc 


>n 1 



Proceeded to Vote for Electors of President and Vice 
President of the United States and the votes were as fol- 



lows; 

William Plumer . 


. . 25 


Timothy Walker . 


1 


David Barker 


. . 26 


William A. Kent 


1 


William Fisk 


. . 25 


George Hough . . 


1 


Samuel Dinsmore 


. 26 


John West . . . 


1 


John Pendexter . 


. 25 


Benjamin Gale . . 


1 


Nathaniel Shannon 


. . 26 


Levi Hutchins . . 


1 


Ezra Bartlett . . 


. 25 


William Stickney 


1 


James Smith of Gr 


an- 


John George . . . 


1 


tham . . . . 


. 26 


Isaac Hill .... 


1 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. Ill 

Thomas Chandler . . 1 Eichard H. Ayer . . 1 
The meeting was then dissolved 
Attest 

Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk 
December 20 th 1820 

We the undersigned Selectmen of Londonderry and Man- 
chester met this day for the purpose of perambulating the 
line between said Towns and have proceeded as follows — 
Viz — Began at a pitch pine tree standing in the edge of a 
swamp at the southwest corner of Chester and ran south 
making a proper allowance for the variation of the Compass 
163 rods to a stone in Manters field a few rods southeast of 
an old grist mill thence west to a stake & stones in Capt. 
Joseph Moors field about 12 rods easterly of said Moors 
house thence south to a white birch tree marked and lettered 
standing at the south angle of Manchester and on the west 
line of Londonderry and have renewed the several marks or 
monuments on s d line 

Robert Mack 
John H. Miltimore 
Selectmen of Londonderry 
Amos Weston jur 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Selectmen of Manchester 
Manchester December 21 st 1820' 

We the undersigned Selectmen of Manchester and Litch- 
field having met by agreement to perambulate the line be- 
tween said Towns proceeded to the perambulation begining 
at a white birch tree marked and lettered being the corner 
of Litchfield, Londonderry and Manchester, thence running 
North 21° west allowing for the variation of the Compass 
to a black birch tree on the bank of Merrimack river mark 
and letter d and in the said perambulations have distinguished 
the marks on renewing the same by a chop or cut directly 



112 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

into the tree instead of sclising of the bark as was the for- 
mer practice — witness our hands 

Joseph Moor 
Ephraim Stevens jur 

Selectmen of Manchester 
Joseph Chase jur 
James M c Questen 

Selectmen of Litchfield 
Recorded Dec. 30, 1820 

by F. G. Stark — Town Clerk 

1821 
March Meeting 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Gilbert Greeley constable for the town of Manchester, 
Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of said State to notify 
and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Man- 
chester who are qualified to vote in the choice of Senators 
for the State Legislature to be held on tuesday the thir- 
teenth day of March next at the meeting house in said 
Manchester at ten OClock in the fore noon to act on the 
following articles, Viz 

1 st To Choose a Moderator to regulate s d meeting: 

2 nd To Choose a Town Clerk and Selectmen 

3rd rp Q Yote by ballot for Governor, Counsellor Senator 
County Treasurer and Eegister of Deeds and choose a Repre- 
sentative 

4 th To Choose all other Town officers 

5 th To hear all Town Accounts 

6 th To see how much money the town will raise to pay 
town charges the present year 

7 th To see how much money the town will raise to repair 
the highways the present year 

8 th To take the sense of the qualified Voters on the sub- 
ject of a revision of the Constitution 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 113 

9 th To see what method the town will take to support pau- 
pers the present year. 

10 th To see if the town will vote to raise an additional 
sum of money for the purpose of Schooling the present year 

11 th To see if the town will vote to sell all or a part of 
the Land belonging to said Manchester 

12 th To see if the town will disannex Henry R. Barret 
from School district N° 2 and annex him to district N° 1 

13 th To see if the town will Vote that all the Taxes be 
made in the month of April 

14 th To see if the Town will Vote to alter the road as it 
now runs from Capt. Merrils to the Bridge to the road from 
Mr. Nutts to s d Bridge 

15 th To see if the town will vote lay out and open a road 
from Mr. Westons to the main Road near the old house at 
the crotch of Chester Road. 

Article 16 th To see if the Town will relinquish a Note of 
hand they hold against Ezekiel S. Merrill 

17 th To see if the Town will vote to run out all the Land 

in said Manchester under the L. Derry claim and in the 

warning and notification of s d meeting you are to give fif- 
teen days notice by posting up a copy of this warrant at the 
meetinghouse and make return of this warrant to the town 
Clerk or selectmen on or before the hour of holding said 
meeting. Given under our hands and seal at Manchester 
this twentieth day of February 1821 

Joseph Moor 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Amos Weston jur 

Selectmen Manchester 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

In obedience to the within Warrant I have warned the 
within named meeting by posting a true and attested copy 
of the within warrant agreeable to custom 

Gilbert Greeley Constable 



114 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

At an annual meeting of the inhabitants of the town of 
Manchester duly notified and holden at the Meetinghouse 
in said town on Tuesday the thirteenth day of March 1821 
— John. G. Moor was chosen moderator Frederick. G. Stark 
was chosen Town Clerk and sworn Amos Weston jur — Eph- 
raim Stevens jur and John Proctor were chosen Selectmen 
and sworn into office 

Votes for State and County officers 

For Governor Samuel Bell had 113 which were all the 
votes that were cast for governor 

For Counsellor Richard H Ayer had 116 which were all 
the Votes that were cast for Counsellor 

For Senator John Gould had 62 

Samuel M Richardson 46 

James Parker 1 

For County Treasurer David Stewart had 116 

For Register of Deeds Isaac Brooks had 116 

Isaac Huse Esq, was chosen Representative, 

Voted — To sell the Constableship at auction in one min- 
ute by the Watch — the person bidding it off to be subject 
to the acceptance or rejection of the town — and it was bid 
off by John Young at five dollars 

Motion was made to accept John Young as Constable pro- 
vided he procure bonds to the Satisfaction of the Town — 
Which motion was rejected and it was Voted to reconsider 
the vote respecting selling the constableship and to proceed 
to choose a constable by ballot 

Amos Weston was chosen Constable and sworn Nathaniel 
Moor was chosen Town Treasurer and sworn 

Voted That the selectmen be Fire Wards and Fence View- 
ers. 

Highway Surveyors — 

District No 1 Archibald Stark 

2 John Stark 4 th sworn 

3 Moses Davis sworn 

4 Benjamin Stevens sworn 

5 Jonathan Heseltine sworn 



Hog reeves 



EARLY RECORDS OP MANCHESTER. 115 

6 Hugh Boyes sworn 

7 Israel Merril sworn 

8 Jacob Whittemore sworn 

9 Joseph Andrus sworn 
10 Nathan Jonson sworn 

Sealer of Weights & measures 1 T 
and clerk of the market f SaaC US0 

Sealer of Leather Nathan Jonson 

John Dwinnel sworn 
Jonas Harvey sworn 
Israel Young 
John Young jur 
John Heseltine jur sworn 
Willard Harris 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Israel Webster sworn 
f Amos Weston jur 
Corders of Wood < Joseph Moor sworn 

( Nathaniel Moor sworn 
Surveyors of Lumber Samuel P. Kidder sworn 
Jonathan Heseltine sworn 
Nathaniel Moor sworn 
John Mulliken 
Israel Webster sworn 
James Griffin sworn 
Samuel Hall sworn 
Daniel Hall 
Eeuben Sawyer sworn 
Aaron Seavy 
Cullers of Staves, Benjamin Stevens 

Joseph Moor sworn 
Fish Wards John Griffin 

Jonathan Dickey sworn 
Hugh Boyes sworn 
Joseph Moor 
Nathaniel Moor 
John Dickey sworn 



116 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Pound Keeper and meetinghouse Keeper Samuel Jackson 
Town Accounts — Israel Merrils account for serving on a 

committee 1.00 allowed 

Joseph Moors account for services as Se- 
lectman &c 19.68 allow d 

Nathaniel Moor account services as Treas- 
urer and comittee man 4.00 allow d 

Joshua Blodgett " for supporting Polly 

Wilson 5.45 allow d 

Amos Weston jur " — Selectman . 1G.75 allow* 

Ephraim Stevens jur "do 18.42 allow' 3 

F. G. Stark " Town Clerk 4.00 allow 4 

$69.30 

Jonas Harvey presented a demand against the Town for 
Plank for the Bridge near his mill and it was voted the de- 
mand be returned to the person who presented it amt of 
demand 18.61 

Voted To take the sense of this meeting respecting a re- 
vision of the Constitution and there were for revising — 
None — against it 58 

Voted To sell the paupers to the lowest bidder at Quimbys 
House after the meeting is adjourned 

Voted To Adjourn this meeting to meet at this place on 
Tuesday next at one oclock P. M. 

Attest Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk 

Vendue of Paupers. 

Benjamin Smith to Nathaniel Baker $32.00 

Abigail Davis " Job Powell 38.75 

Paulina Smith " John P. Webster ...... 8.00 

Old Mr. Arwen and Wife " James Arwen .... 50.00 

Polly Wilson " Joshua Blodgett 20.00 



148.75 
Samuel Porter " Israel Merril to give the town . . 6.25 

142.50 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 117 

Tuesday March 20 th Met agreeable to adjournment 

Voted to raise one dollar and fifty Cents on the poll to 
repair highways 

Voted To raise fifty cents on the poll to repair highways 
in the winter if needed at the discretion of the highway sur- 
veyors. 

Voted To dismiss the 10 th Article 

Voted on the 11 th article to sell the Ministerial Lot 

Voted To Choose a committee of three to sell the same 

Capt. Joseph Moor, Samuel Hall and Jonas Harvey were 
chosen a committee to sell the Ministerial Lot 

Voted That the Committee advertise and sell the same at 
Auction on five years credit with good security on interest 
payable annually stand adjourned 

Voted That the sixth article stand adjourned to Monday 
next at 3 oClock. 

Voted to disannex Henry E. Barret from school district 
No 2 and annex him to district No 1 

Voted To dismiss the 13 th article 
" To dismiss the 14 th article 
" To dismiss the 15 th article 
" To dismiss the 16 th article 
" To dismiss the 17 th article 

The Collectorship was bid off by Capt. John Dwinnel at 
2J pr. Cent for Collecting and it was Voted that Capt. Dwin- 
nel be Collector on his giving the usual Bond to the Town 

Voted to adjourn this meeting to meet at this place on 
Monday next at three OClock P. M. 

Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk 

Monday March 26 th 1821 — Met agreeable to adjourn- 
ment and Voted To raise five hundred dollars to pay Town 
charges the present year 

Voted To dissolve this meeting 
Attest 
Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk 



118 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

1821 
Licences 

Manchester March 20 th 1821 
We hereby licence Frederick G. Stark to retail all kinds of 
spirituous and mix d Liquors at his house and Store in Man- 
chester one year following the first day of April next 

Amos Weston jur 
John Proctor 

Selectmen 

We the undersigned Selectmen of Manchester hereby grant 
to Samuel Jackson Licence to retail spirituous Liquors at 
his dwelling-house in said Manchester for and during the term 
of one year from date 

Manchester March 26 th 1821 

Amos Weston jur 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Selectmen of Manchester 

We hereby Licence Joseph Moor to keep a Tavern at his 

house in Manchester one year following this 24 th day of 

March 1821. 

Amos Weston jur 

Ephraim Stevens jur 
Selectmen of Manchester 

Wee hereby Licence Messrs. Marden & Seavy to retail spirits 
at their dwelling house in Manchester for one year. 

Manchester September 1 st 1821 

Amos Weston jur 
John Proctor 

Selectmen 

Wee hereby Licence John Dwinnell to keep a public house 
and sell spirituous and mixed Liquors at his house in Man- 
chester one year. 

Manchester March 24 — 1821 

Amos Weston Jur 

Ephraim Stevens Jur 

John Proctor 

Selectmen 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 119 

Collector's WarrJaint. 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss. 

To John Dwinnell Collector of Taxes for the Town of 
Manchester for the year 1821 — Greeting. 

You are hereby required in the name of said State to Levy 
and Collect of the several persons named in this list of Taxes 
the sums affixed to each of their names respectively and you 
are to pay to the Treasurer of the State of Eewhampshire 
Seventy four Dollars and forty cents on or before the first 
day of December next which is the State Tax also one other 
sum of forty six dollars fifty Cents on or before the first day 
of September next you are to pay to the Treasurer of the 
County of Hillsborough which is the County Tax — also one 
other sum of three hundred dollars you are to pay to the 
Treasurer of the Town of Manchester on or before the first 
day of October next and an other sum of four hundred ninety 
two dollars and ninety seven cents which is the remainder 
of this list of taxes you are to pay to the Treasurer of the 
town of Manchester on or before the first, day of March next 
and if any person or persons Eefuse or neglect to pay the 
sums affixed to their names you are to follow the rules and 
regulations of the Law of the State of Newhampshire and 
this shall be your sufficient warrant for collecting the same. 
Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this twenty 
sixth day of May A D 1821 

Amos Weston jur 
John Proctor 

Selectmen 
1821 

Tax Bill 
Taxes for the Town of 
Manchester 1821 
District No. 7 

Town Tax School State County Amount 

Nathan Kimball . . 
John Emerson . . . 
John Stark 3 rd .. . 



3 04 


1 29 


45 


26 


5 04 


4 31 


1 43 


48 


28 


6 50 


9 35 


3 98 


1 32 


80 


15 45 



120 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Archibald Stark . . 


. 1 41 




60 


21 


12 


2 34 


Amos Kimball . . . 


. 7 66 


3 


26 


1 13 


65 


12 70 


Saml Stark . . . . 


. 1 41 




60 


21 


12 


2 34 


John Stark junr . 


. 9 16 


3 


90 


1 30 


78 


15 14 


John Babson . . 


. 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


John Stark 4 th . . 


. 5 10 


2 


17 


76 


43 


8 46 


District No 1 














John Eay . . . 


. 5 91 


2 


51 


88 


50 


9 80 


James Eay . . . 


. 2 50 


1 


07 


35 


21 


4 13 


John. G. Moor . . 


. 6 30 


2 


68 


94 


54 


16 46 


Frederick. G. Stark . 


. 4 89 


2 


08 


87 


42 


8 26 


John Griffin . . . 


. 1 72 




73 


27 


15 


2 87 


Job Howell . . . . 


. 6 39 


2 


72 


1 10 


54 


10 75 


Andrew French . . 


. 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Jessee Baker . . . 


. 1 41 




60 


21 


12 


2 34 


Samuel P. Kidder . 


. 7 83 


3 


34 


1 16 


66 


12 99 


David Seavy . . 


. 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Eodney Hadley 


. 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Andrew Seavy . . 


. . 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Alpha Stevens . . . 


. 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Grardus B. Stark . 


. 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Phillip Stevens . . 


. 6 58 


2 


80 


94 


56 


10 88 


Henry E. Barrett. 


. 3 22 


1 


36 


48 


28 


5 34 


Israel Young . . 


. . 1 88 




80 


28 


16 


3 12 


Daniel Harwood . . 


. 1 67 




68 


24 


15 


2 74 


Jonathan Young Jur 


. . 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


John Harwood . . 


. . 1 60 




68 


24 


14 


2 66 


John Hall . . . 


. . 3 81 


1 


62 


56 


32 


6 31 


John Stevens . . . 


. 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


District No 2 














Samuel Hall . . 


. . 6 35 


2 


60 


95 


54 


10 44 


Benjamin Stevens . 


. . 4 65 


1 


98 


69 


40 


7 72 


Hezekiah Young . 


. . 6 07 


2 


56 


90 


52 


10 05 


Moses D. Young . 


. . 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Joseph B. Hall . . 


. . 3 84 


1 


63 


57 


32 


6 36 


Patten Hall . . 


. . 1 22 




52 


18 


10 


2 02 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



121 



Nathaniel Baker . 


. 5 78 


2.46 


. 86 


49 


9 59 


Nathl Baker junr . 


. . 1 22 


-52 


. 18 


10 


2 02 


Israel Brown . . 


. 1 41 


.60 


. 21 


12 


2 34 


John GL Brown . 


. 4 18 


1 72 


. 63 


36 


6 89 


Benj n Brown . . 


. . 1 22 


52 


. 18 


10 


2 02 


Ezekiel S. Merrill . 


. . 1 41 


60 


21 


12 


2 34 


John Dwinnel . . 


. 4 35 


1 75 


64 


37 


7 11 


Elisha Quimby 


. 3 59 


1 52 


53 


30 


5 94 


Elisha Quimby jur 


. . 1 31 


56 


20 


11 


2 18 


Samuel Jackson . 


. . 7 85 


3 34 


1 18 


67 


13 04 


William Bachelder 


. . 1 27 


54 


. 19 


11 


2 11 


Samuel Austin . . 


. . 1 27 


54 


. 19 


11 


2 11 


Daniel Corning 


. 5 93 


2 48 


. 87 


49 


9 77 


Nathl Merrill . . 


. . 1 22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Josiah Perry . . 


. . 1 22 


52 


. 18 


10 


2 02 


David Heseltine . 


. 1 41 


60 


. 21 


12 


2 34 


Daniel Hall . . , 


. 6 40 


2^74 


. 97 


55 


10 6Q 


Isaac Farmer . . 


. 1 67 


.61 


26 


14 


2 68 


Leonard Jackson . 


. 1 22 


52 


. 18 


10 


2 02 


Thomas Hardy . . 


. 2 25 


_9a 


. 34 


19 


3 74 


Ephraim Stevens . 


. .1 41 


.60 


21 


.12 


2.34 


Ephraim Stevens jur 


. 5 44 


2 31 


82 


.46 


9.03 


Joseph Young . . 


. . 5 63 


2 40 


84 


.48 


9.35 


Moses Davis . . 


. 5 72 


2 43 


85 


49 


9 41 


David Stevens . . 


. 1 41 


60 


21 


12 


2 34 


John Davis . . . 


. 1 22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Hazen Davis . . 


. 1 50 


64 


22 


13 


2 49 


John Young Jur . 


. 2 19 


93 


32 


19 


3 63 


James H. Saunders 


. 1 41 


60 


21 


12 


2 34 


Jessee Saunders . 


. 1 22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Richard Young 


. 1 37 


75 


27 


15 


2 54 


Jacob Brown . . 


. . 1 22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


William Haseltine . 


. 1 22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Joshua Corning jur 


. . 1 22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


District No 3 












James Nutt . . . 


. . 8 65 


3 6a 


1 29 


74 


14 36 


James Nutt Junr . 


. 3 04 


1 30 


- 46 


26 


5 06 



122 



MANCHESTEPw HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



James Griffin . # 


. . 3 76 


1 60 


56 


32 


6 24 


Joseph Andrus . . 


. . 4 04 


1 72 


60 


34 


6 70 


John Brown . . 


. . 2 63 


1 12 


40 


22 


4 37 


Moses Roaf . . 


. . 3 01 


1 28 


45 


26 


5 00 


Amos Eoaf . . . 


. . 1 22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


David Webster Jur 


. . 6 29 


2 76 


97 


55 


10 57 


Joseph Moor . . 


. . 13 43 


5 71 


2 00 


H4l 


■ 28 76 


Joseph Moor Dickey 


farm 3 91 


1 66 


58 


33. 




Nathaniel Moor . 


. . 11 50 


4 89 


1 71 


98 


19 08 


Widow Elizabeth Mo< 


>r . 1 37 


75 


27 


15 


2 54 


Jessee Johnson . . 


. . 1 37 


75. 


27 


15 


2 54 


John Calfe . . . 


. . 2 80 


1 22 


46 


24 


4 72 


Samuel Brown 


. . 2 22 


1 12 


40 


22 


3 96 


Jonas Harvey . . 


, . 12 55 


5 34 


1 87 


1 07 


20 83 


Peter Young . . 


, . 2 29 


1 40 


, 49 


28 


4 46 


John Young . . 


. . 2 19 


1 36 


48 


27 


4 30 


Peter Emerson . . 


, . 6 11 


2 64 


92 


53 


10 20 


John P. Webster . 


. . 1 60 


68 


24 


14 


2 66 


David Dickey . . 


, . 2 54 


1 08 


38 


22 


4 22 


Israel Merrill . . , 


. 7 57 


3 21 


1 13 


64 


12 55 


Nathl Merrill Jur . . 


. 1 31 


56 


20 


11 


2 18 


District No 4 












Isaac Huse . . . , 


. 19 22 


8 18 


2 87 


1 64 


31 91 


Archibald Gammel . 


. 15 26 


6 29 


2 27 


1 30 


25 12 


Daniel Harris . . . 


. 3 19 


1 36 


48 


27 


5 30 


Willard Harris . . . 


. 2 77 


1 18 


41 


24 


4 60 


John Webster . . , 


. 5 65 


2 40 


84 


48 


9 37 


Israel Webster . . 


. 7 99 


3 40 


1 19 


68 


13 26 


Joshua Webster . . 


. 1 22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


David Webster . . . 


. 2 02 


86 


30 


17 


3 35 


Amos Webster . . . 


. 1 22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


Ebenr Webster . . 


. 2 66 


1 13 


46 


23 


4 42 


John Heseltine Junr . 


. 3 56 


1 52 


54 


30 


5 92 


Asa Heseltine . . . 


. 3 13 


1 33 


46 


27 


5 19 


Silas Heseltine . . . 


. 1 41 


60 


21 


12 


2 34 


Reuben Sawyer . . 


. 3 71 


1 58 


55 


32 


6 16 


Hugh Boyes . . . 


. 7 61 


3 24 


1 14 


65 


12 64 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



123 



John Mulk . . , 


. . 1 


30 


55 


19 


11 


2 15 


Elijah Flint . . 


. . 4 


37 


1 90 


65 


37 


7 29 


Benjamin Corning 


. . 3 


15 


1 34 


47 


27 


5 23 


Zacheus Greeley 


. . 1 


41 


60 


21 


12 


2 34 


Gilbert Greeley 


. . 2 


94 


1 25 


44 


25 


4 88 


James Young . 


. . 1 


41 


60 


21 


12 


2 34 


Joseph Wescutt 


. . 2 


25 


96 


34 


19 


3 74 


Ebener Corning 


. . 1 


22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


George Corning 


. . 2 


63 


1 12 


40 


22 


4 37 


Aaron Clark 


. . 3 


38 


1 44 


50 


29 


5 61 


Grandison Morse 


. . 4 


50 


1 91 


68 


38 


7 47 


Jonathan Young 


. . 7 


88 


3 35 


1 18 


67 


13 08 


Edward Young . 


. . . 1 


31 


56 


20 


11 


2 18 


Sarah Conant . 


. . . 1 


36 


58 


21 


12 


2 27 


Nath 1 Conant . 


. . . 1 


68 


72 


26 


14 


2 80 


Jonathan Heseltin 


e . . 4 


87 


2 07 


73 


42 


8 09 


Thomas Gammel 


.'.'". 1 


22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


John Gammel . 


. . 1 


78 


77 


27 


15 


2 97 


John Heseltine 


. . 2 


16 


92 


32 


19 


3 59 


Jonathan Dickey 


. . . 1 


97 


84 


30 


17 


3 28 


James M c Questen 


. . . 4 


23 


1 80 


63 


36 


7 02 


Dustin Greely . 


. . 3 


47 


1 48 


52 


36 


5 83 


Amos Weston . 


. . 3 


62 


1 54 


53 


31 


6 00 


Amos Weston Jur 


. . . 3 


66 


1 56 


54 


31 


6 07 


John Dickey . . 


. . 6 


43 


2 50 


95 


55 


10 43 


David Dickey Jur 


. . . 2 


44 


1 04 


36 


21 


4 05 


Abel. P. Corning 


. . . 1 


22 


52 


18 


10 


2 02 


District No 5 














Nathan Jonson . 


. . . 4 


60 


1 96 


69 


39 


7 64 


John Proctor . 


. . . 4 


84 


2 06 


72 


41 


8 03 


Phinehas Bailey 


. . . 5 


29 


2 25 


78 


45 


8 77 


Aaron Seavy . 


. . . 2 


72 


1 16 


41 


23 


4 52 


Josiah Harden 


. . . 2 


72 


1 16 


41 


23 


4 52 


District No 6 














Jacob Whittemore 


. . 4 


05 


1 70 


60 


34 


6 69 


Daniel Watts . 


. . . 6 


29 


2 68 


94 


54 


10 45 


Joshua Blodgett. 


. . . 1 


59 


68 


28 


14 


2 69 



124 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Jacob Garvin . ... 4 18 1 78 . 63 36 6 95 
Nonresident Tax for 1821 





No 


No J 


Propor- 


Town 




Coun- High- 


! 


Lott 


Acres 


tion 


Tax School State 


ty i 


tvays 


Robert Parker half 


7 


58 


38 


36 


16 


6 


3 


44 


Jonathan Palmer . 




100 


50 


47 


20 


7 


4 


58 


Ezra Kimball . . 




5 


100 


94 


40 


14 


8 1 


. 16 


Samuel Head . . 




2 


40 


37 


16 


6 


3 


46 


A. M c Coy Farm . 






230 


2 17 


92 


32 


18 I 


) 67 


Joshua Martin . . 




14 


7 


7 


4 


2 


1 


10 


Benj a Baker . . . 




25 


13 


12 


6 


3 


1 


16 


The Abbot Farm . 






140 


1 31 


56 


20 


11 1 62 


Robert Hall . . 


36 


100 


50 


47 


20 


7 


4 


58 


Mark Dutys heirs . 




15 


13 


12 


6 


2 


1 


16 


Richard Dole . . 






40 


37 


16 


6 


3 


47 


Robert Nesmith 




30 


15 


14 


6 


3 


1 


18 


William Choate 






220 


2 07 


88 


31 


18 2 56 


Nathl Smith . . 




20 


30 


28 


12 


4 


2 


35 


Robt Bartleys heirs 




H 


25 


24 


10 


4 


2 


29 


Benja Leach . . 




2 


15 


14 


6 


3 


1 


18 


George M c Allester 




3 


25 


24 


10 


4 


2 


29 


Jeddidiah Morse . 


40 


100 


50 


47 


20 


7 


4 


58 


Harvey & Emerson 




20 


50 


47 


20 


7 


4 


58 


Redfield & Adams 


















house .... 






38 


36 


16 


6 


3 


44 


Thos Patterson 


















Mills .... 






200 


1 88 


88 


28 


16 2 32 


Newell .... 


39 


80 


40 


36 


16 


6 


3 


46 


Adams & Boyes 




60 


50 


47 


20 


7 


4 


58 


William. P. Riddle 




100 


50 


47 


20 


7 


4 


58 


George Manter . . 




30 


15 


14 


6 


3 


1 


18 


Johnson Chase half 34 


46 


23 


22 


10 


4 


2 


28 


Dudley Porter 


















house .... 






30 


27 


12 


4 


3 


35 


Daniel Buzwell 




40 


20 


19 


8 


3 


2 


24 


M c Gregor Land 




10 


44 


41 


16 


6 


4 


51 


Nathl Sanborn . . 


47 


100 


50 


47 


20 


7 


4 


58 


Jacob Stanyan 


46 


100 


50 


47 


20 


7 


4 


58 


Jeremiah Sandborn 


45 


100 


50 


47 


20 


7 


4 


58 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 125 



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134 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

1821 

September 1 st 1821 — Agreeably to a notification, pre- 
viously posted the inhabitants of the town of Manchester met 
this day at their meeting house for the purpose of appoint- 
ing Jurors to attend at the superior Court to be holden at 
Amherst on the first Tuesday of October next and chose 
Nathaniel Moor Moderator of the meeting proceeded and 
drew from the Box Job Eowell to serve as grand Juror at 
said Court and in like manner drew Frederick. G. Stark to 
serve as petit Juror on the first week of said Court and 
Nathaniel Moor to serve as petit juror on the second week. 

A true record Attest 

Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk 

1822 

Warrant for March Meeting 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Amos Weston Constable for the Town of Manchester 
Greeting 
L. S. 

You are hereby required in the name of said State to no- 
tify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the town of 
Manchester qualified to vote in the Choice of Senators for the 
State Legislature, to be held on Tuesday the twelfth day of 
March next at ten OClock A. M. to act on the following ar- 
ticles Viz. 



1 st To Chose a Moderator to regulate said Meeting 

2 nd To Chose a Town Clerk 

3 rd To Chose the Selectmen 

4 th To Vote by ballot for Governor, Counsellor, Senator, 
County Treasurer and Register of Deeds — 

5 th To Chose a Eepresentative — 

6 th To Chose all other Town officers— 

7 th To hear all town accounts — 

8 th To see how much money the Town will raise to pay 
town charges the present Year. 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 135 

9 th To see how much money the town will raise to repair 
highways the present year. 

10 th To see how much money the town will raise to repair 
the meeting house 

11 th To see if the Town will lay out and open a road from 
Amos Westons near to where Bachelder and Austin now live 

12 th To see if the Town will lay out and open a road from 
the Corner near John Websters land by John Dickeys to 
Pluses bridge so called 

13 th To see if the Town will authorise the Selectmen or 
some other person or persons to give Deeds of the ministerial 
Lott agreeable to the sale of the Committee for that purpose. 

14 th To See if the Town will vote to build a School house 
for district N° 7 

15 th To see if the Town will disannul the highway leading 
from the river near John Browns to the main river Boad 

16 th To see if the town will vote that each highway district 
furnish Timber and plank for the repair of its own Bridges 

And in the warning and notification of said Meeting you 
are to give notice by posting a Copy of this warrant at the 
meetinghouse in sd Manchester fifteen days prior to the time 
of holding said meeting and make return of this warrant with 
your doings thereon unto the Town Clerk or in his absence 
to the Selectmen on or before the time of holding said Meet- 
ing 

Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this twenty 
first day of February A. D. 1822 

Amos Weston Junr 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
John Proctor 

Selectmen 

Hillsborough ss. March 10 th Agreeable to the within 
warrant I have warned all the within named persons according 
to Law 

Amos Weston Constable 



136 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

At an annual meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of 
Manchester duly notified and holden at the Meeting house in 
said Town on Tuesday the 12 th day of March 1822 

Agreeable to the foregoing Warrant John Stark Esq was 
chosen Moderator 

Frederick. G. Stark was chosen Town Clerk and sworn 
Amos Weston Jur 
John Proctor & 
Nathaniel Moor 

were chosen Selectmen & sworn 

Votes for State and County officers 

For Governor Samuel Bell had 98 votes which were all 
the votes that were cast for Governor 

For Counsellor Eichard H. Ayer had 102 votes which 
were all the votes that were cast for Counsellor 
For Senator Samuel M. Eichardson had . . . 

James Parker had .... 

Hezekiah. D. Buzzell had . . . 

For Eegister of Deeds — Isaac Brooks had . . 

which were all the votes that were cast for Eegister 

For County Treasurer John Seacomb had . . . 

David Stewart "... 

Frederick. G. Stark was chosen Eepresentative 

Voted To adjourn the meeting for ten minutes. 

Met agreeable to adjournment and made choice of Joseph 

Moor for Town Treasurer who was subsequently sworn 

Voted that the Selectmen be Fire Wards 
Voted That Daniel Hall be constable who was sworn 
The following persons were chosen Surveyors of highways 
Viz for district No 1 — Amos Kimball . . . sworn 
for district No 2 Frederick G. Stark . . 

for district No 3 Daniel Hall notified 

for district No 4 Hezekiah Young . . . notified 
for district No 5 Elisha Quimby .... sworn 

for district No 6 Isaac Huse 

for district No 7 Peter Young .... sworn 



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for district No 8 Daniel Watts 
for district No 9 James Griffin 
for district No 10 Aaron Seavy 



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were chosen Corders of Wood 



were chosen Surveyors of 
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Nathan Johnson was chosen Sealer of Leather 

Jonas Harvey was chosen Surveyor of Bricks 

Alpha Stevens "] 

John G. Brown 

Jonathan Dickey 

Frederick G. Stark 

Jacob Whittemore sworn 

Samuel Hall sworn 

Joseph Moor sworn 

Frederick. G Stark sworn 

James Griffin sworn 

Josiah Marden sworn 

Samuel P. Kidder sworn 

Israel Webster 

Joseph Moor 

Nathaniel Moor sworn 

John Heseltine Jur sworn 

Elisha Quimby sworn 

Joshua Webster sworn 

Jessee Johnson notified 

Jonathan Heseltine 

John Stark Esq. & 

Jonas Harvey notified 

Daniel Hall was chosen Pound Keeper &c 

Town Accounts 

Voted To allow Mr. Weston one dollar and fifty Cents for 
his services as Constable 1.50 

Voted To allow Frederick G. Starks account 
for services as Town Clerk 5.00 

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were chosen Fish Wards 



138 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

services as Selectman 13.50 

Voted To Allow John Proctors account for ser- 
vices as Selectman 14.42 

Voted To allow Nathaniel Moors account for 

Services as Treasurer 3.00 

Voted To allow Ephraim Stevens jurs account 
Excepting the charges for time and Expenses at 

Amherst. Whole Amt 20.33 8.83 

Expenses &c at Amherst 11.50 

Voted To raise Three hundred dollars to pay town charges 

Voted To Raise One dollar on the poll to repair highways 

Voted To dismiss the 10 th article in the Warrant 

Voted To dismiss the 11 th article in do 

Voted To dismiss the 12 th article in do 

The following Eeport was handed in by the Committee 

who were appointed Last year to sell the Ministerial Lot 

The Committee appointed by the Town of Manchester at 
the adjournment from their annual meeting in 1821 to sell 
a Lot of Land belonging to said Town called the Ministerial 
Lot — Eeport That they have caused said Lot to be divided 
into four parts, beginning at the southerly end to number — ■ 
the first Second and Third divisions containing Twenty seven 
Acres and one hundred and fiftytwo square rods each being 
104 rods long and fortythree rods wide, and the fourth divi- 
sion Containing Twenty nine Acres and forty square rods be- 
ing 104 rods long and 45 rods wide. That they have adver- 
tised and sold the Same at public Auction on the 25 th day of 
January 1822 on a Credit of Five years with interest to be 

paid annually 

That David Dickey junr became the purchaser of the first 
division at Two dollars and sixty six Cents pr Acre — Jonas 
Harvey became the purchaser of the Second division at Two 
dollars and seventy one Cents per. acre — Jonas Harvey be- 
came the purchaser of the third division at Three dollars and 
Twenty seven Cents pr. acre and Samuel Hall became the pur- 
chaser of the fourth division at Three dollars and thirty one 
Cents pr. acre Amounting in the whole to Three hundred and 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 139 

thirty eight dollars and thirty two Cents And that they have 
expended in time and money in and about said business in- 
eluding Surveying and all other incidental expenses the sum 
of Twenty dollars 

All which is respectfully submitted by 

Joseph Moor 
Samuel Hall 
Jonas Harvey 

Committee 

Voted to accept the foregoing report 

Voted That Joseph Moor (Treasurer for the Town of Man- 
chester) be authorised to Deed the Lands mentioned in the 
foregoing report and receive securities therefor agreeably to 
the sale — in behalf of the Town 

Voted To dismiss the 14 th article in the Warrant 
Voted To dismiss the 15 th article in do 

Voted That each highway district furnish timber and plank 
for the repair of its own Bridges 

Voted To adjourn this meeting to Mr. Jacksons Hall. 
Met according to adjournment and 

Voted To sell the Collectorship to the lowest bidder and 
it was struck off to Peter Young at one & a half pr. Cent for 
Collecting 

Voted To accept Peter Young as Collector on his pro- 
ducing satisfactory Bonds — 
the meeting was then dissolved 

Attest Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk 
The Selectmen disposed of the Town paupers as follows — 
Viz Abigail Davis to Israel and Peter Young for . $39.70 
Polly Wilson to Joshua Blodget and Daniel 

Watts 20.00 

The Arwen family to John Dickey and Jonas 

Harvey for 50.00 

and the use of the Porter farm 



109.70 
Samuel Porter to David Webster jur to give the Town 13.00 

$96.70 



140 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Total Expense of Paupers this year Excepting Cloathing 
and Doctoring $96.70 

1822 
Licences 

Manchester April 1 — 1822 
We hereby Licence Frederick. G. Stark to retail spirits and 
mixd Liquors at his store in Manchester for and during the 
Term of one year. 

Amos Weston jur 
Nathl Moor 

Selectmen 

Manchester April 2 nd 1822 
We hereby Licence Elisha Quimby to retail spirituous and 
mix d Liquors at his dwelling house in Manchester for and 
during the term of one year 

Amos Weston jur 
John Proctor 

Selectmen 

We the undersigned Selectmen of Manchester hereby grant 
to Samuel Jackson Licence to retail spirituos Liquors at his 
dwelling house in said Manchester for & during the term of 
one year from date 

Manchester March 16 th 1822 

Amos Weston Jur 
John Proctor 
Selectmen of Manchester 

We the subscribers do approbate and Licence Joseph Moor 

to keep a public house in Manchester also to sell spirituous 

Liquor for one year from this date 

May 14 th 1822 

Amos Weston Jur 

Nathl Moor 
Selectmen of Manchester 



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Charles Cox 

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Bobert Nesmith 

Nathl Smith 

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George Manter 

Jedidiah Morse 

Harvey & Emerson .... 1 

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MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Peter Young Collector of Taxes for 1822 Greeting 

(L.S) 

You are hereby required in the name of said State to levy 
and Collect of the several persons named in this list of Taxes 
the sums affixed to their names respectively — And you are 
to pay to the Treasurer of the State of Newhampshire Sev- 
enty four dollars and forty Cents on or before the first day 
of December next which is the State Tax and one other sum 
of Forty six dollars and fifty cents you are to pay to the 
Treasurer of the County of Hillsborough on or before the 
first day of September next, which is the County Tax also 
one other sum of Three hundred Dollars, you are to pay to 
the Treasurer of the town of Manchester on or before the 
first day of October next and the remainder of this list of 
Taxes which is Two hundred Sixty six dollars and sixty five 
Cents you are to pay to said Town Treasurer on or before 
the first day of March next — And if any person or persons 
neglect or refuse to pay said sums affixed to their names you 
are to follow the rules and regulations of the Constitution 
and Laws of the State of Newhampshire — Given under our 
hands and seal at Manchester this twenty-fourth day of May 
A. D. 1822 

and this shall be your sufficient warrant for the same 

Amos Webster Jur 
John Proctor 

Selectmen 

Names Dis No 7 
Ezra Kimall . . 
Nathan Kimball 
John Emerson 
John Stark 2 nd 
Arch d Stark . 
Amos Kimball 
John Harwood 
Rodney Hadley 
John Stark . 



Town 


School 


State 


County 


2 65 


1 75 


65 


36 


1 91 


1 27 


46 


27 


2 07 


1 36 


51 


28 


5 64 


3 74 


1 38 


78 


76 


50 


18 


11 


4 13 


2 72 


1 00 


57 


76 


50 


18 


11 


76 


50 


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6 10 


4 14 


1 52 


87 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



151 



John Babson . 






76 
89 




50 
59 


18 
19 


11 


Samuel Stark . . . 


12 


John Stark 3 rd ... . 


3 


20 


2 


10 


77 


44 


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John Eay 


3 


08 


2 


04 


74 


43 


James Eay . . 




1 


48 




97 


35 


20 


James Clark . . 






76 




50 


18 


10 


George Clark 




3 


32 


2 


21 


82 


46 


Frederick G. Stark 




3 


01 


1 


98 


73 


42 


Moses Hall . . 






76 




50 


18 


10 


Grardus B. Stark 






76 




50 


18 


10 


Samuel P. Kidder 




5 


45 


3 


60 


1 32 


72 


Daniel Pollard . 






76 




50 


18 


10 


Alpheus Stevens . 




. 1 


02 




67 


25 


14 


Jessee Baker . . 






87 




57 


21 


12 


Job Powell . . 




3 


54 


2 


32 


85 


49 


Andrew French . 






87 




57 


21 


12 


Phillip Stevens . 




3 


92 


2 


57 


95 


54 


Israel Young 






90 




59 


21 


12 


Nathl Merrill Jur 




1 


01 




66 


35 


13 


John Hall . . 




2 


06 


1 


35 


49 


28 


Henry P. Barrett 




2 


10 


1 


40 


51 


29 


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29 




19 


7 


4 


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Jonathan Young Jur . 


. 1 


00 




65 


24 


14 


Israel Merrill . . . 




24 




16 


6 


4 


Pichard Young . . . 


. 1 


31 




86 


31 


18 


Moses Davis .... 


. 3 


70 


2 


42 


89 


51 


John Griffin .... 




76 




50 


18 


11 


Isaac Stevens . . . 




76 




50 


18 


11 


David Stevens . . . 




87 




57 


21 


12 


Ephraim Stevens . . 




87 




57 


21 


12 


Ephraim Stevens Jur . 


. 4 


45 


2 


91 


1 07 


61 


Joseph Young . . . 


. 3 


42 


2 


24 


83 


47 


Thomas Hardy . 


. • 


. 1 


28 




84 


31 


13 



152 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Daniel Hall . . 






. 3 58 


2 35 


86 


50 


Samuel Jackson . 






. 5 03 


3 30 


1 21 


69 


John Dwinnel . 






. 2 43 


1 59 


58 


34 


Elisha Quimby . 






. 1 98 


1 30 


48 


27 


Joshua Corning . 






. 1 34 


88 


32 


19 


Daniel Corning . 






87 


57 


21 


12 


John Young Jur 






. 1 24 


81 


30 


17 


Joshua Corning Jur 




76 


50 


18 


11 


Elisha Quimby Jur 




94 


61 


22 


13 


Nathl Merrill . . 




97 


63 


22 


13 


Josiah Perry . . 






76 


50 


18 


11 


W m Bachelder . 






. 1 28 


84 


31 


18 


Joseph B. Hall . 






. 2 21 


1 41 


53 


30 


James H. Saunders 






87 


57 


21 


12 


Jessee Saunders . 






76 


50 


18 


11 


Isaac Farmer 






. 1 07 


70 


26 


14 


Israel Brown . . 






87 


57 


21 


12 


John. G. Brown . 






. 2 44 


1 60 


45 


34 


Ezekiel S Merrill 






87 


57 


21 


12 


John Stevens 






. 1 52 


1 01 


36 


21 


Hazen Davis . . 






94 


61 


22 


13 


Patten Hall . . 






76 


50 


18 


11 


Hezekiah Young 






3 80 


2 49 


91 


52 


Benjamin Stevens 






3 05 


2 00 


73 


42 


Samuel Hall . . 






3 72 


2 44 


90 


51 


Nath 1 Baker . . 






3 02 


1 98 


73 


42 


Andrew Seavy . 






76 


50 


18 


11 


District No 3 








James Griffin .... 2 47 


1 62 


59 


34 


John Brown . . 






1 98 


1 30 


48 


27 


Joseph Andrus . . 






2 38 


1 50 


57 


33 


David Webster . 






3 90 


2 55 


94 


55 


Jacob Brown 






1 63 


1 07 


40 


23 


Samuel Brown . 






1 63 


1 07 


40 


23 


Israel Brown ju . 






76 


50 


18 


11 


Bernice Prichard 






76 


50 


18 


11 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



153 



Widow B Moor 
Russel Moor . 
Jessee Jonson 
Nath 1 Moor 
Hugh Moor 
Joseph Moor 
Cyrus Moor 
John Calfe 
David Dickey 
James Dickey 
Peter Young 
John Young . 
Peter Emerson 
Jonas Harvey 
Israel Merrill 
James Nutt . 
James Nutt Jur 

District No 4 

Granderson Morse 
Jon a Young . 
Edward Young 
James Young 
Nath 1 Conant 
Sarah Conant 
John Heseltine 
John Dickey . 
Jonathan Dickey 
David Dickey Jur 
Jon a Heseltine . 
Aaron Clark . . 
Isaac Huse . . 
John G. Webster 
James M c Questen 
Amos Weston 
Amos Weston Jur 
Samuel Giles 
Arch d Gamble . 



1 07 




70 




26 


15 


76 




50 




18 


11 


90 




60 




21 


12 


6 90 


4 


54 


1 


67 


95 


2 93 


1 


92 




70 


40 


11 94 


7 


82 


2 


88 


1 64 


76 




50 




18 


11 


1 34 




88 




32 


19 


4 21 


2 


76 


1 


01 


58 


1 45 




95 




35 


20 


3 77 


2 


47 




91 


52 


76 




50 




18 


11 


3 90 


2 


55 




94 


54 


8 05 


5 


27 


1 


94 


1 11 


5 83 


3 


82 


1 


40 


80 


5 18 


3 


40 


1 


25 


71 


1 91 


1 


25 




46 


27 


3 26 


2 


13 




78 


45 


6 03 


3 


95 


1 


45 


83 


87 




57 




21 


12 


1 22 




80 




29 


17 


94 




61 




23 


13 


1 00 




65 




24 


14 


1 63 


1 


07 




40 


15 


2 93 


1 


92 




70 


40 


2 67 


1 


75 




64 


37 


76 




50 




18 


11 


2 99 


1 


96 




72 


41 


1 89 


1 


24 




45 


26 


12 02 


7 


88 


2 


90 


1 66 


76 




50 




18 


11 


4 01 


2 


63 




97 


55 


2 25 


1 


48 




54 


31 


2 19 


1 


44 




53 


30 


76 




50 




18 


11 


10 24 


6 


71 


2 


46 


1 41 



154 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Thomas Gamble 
Arch d Gamble Jur 
John Gamble 
Daniel Harris 
Willard Harris 
John Webster 
Israel Webster 
Joshua Webster 
John P. Webster 
David Webster . 
David Webster 3 rd 
Abel. P. Corning 
Amos Webster . 
Eben r Webster . 
John Pleseltine . 
Asa Heseltine 
Silas Heseltine . 
Phineas Heseltine 
Eeuben Sawyer . 
Hugh Boyes . . 
John Mnlk . . 
Elijah Flint . . 
Bernp Corning . 
Gilbert Greeley . 
Ebenezer Corning 
George Corning . 

District No. 5 

Nathan Jonson 
John Proctor 
Phineas Bailey 
Aaron Seavy . 
Josiah Martin 
David Heseltine 
W m Heseltine 

District No 6 

Jacob Whittemore 



76 




50 


18 


11 


1 64 


1 


08 


40 


22 


1 05 




66 


24 


14 


2 16 


1 


42 


52 


30 


2 10 


1 


38 


51 


29 


3 35 


2 


20 


SO 


46 


5 89 


3 


86 


1 50 


81 


76 




50 


18 


11 


87 




57 


21 


12 


1 10 




73 


27 


15 


"76 




50 


18 


11 


76 




50 


18 


11 


76 




50 


18 


11 


1 23 




81 


29 


17 


2 71 


1 


78 


64 


37 


2 03 


1 


33 


49 


28 


94 




61 


22 


13 


76 




50 


18 


11 


2 68 


1 


75 


64 


37 


3 57 


2 


34 


86 


49 


92 




60 


22 


12 


2 26 


1 


49 


55 


31 


1 80 


1 


18 


43 


35 


2 87 


2 


26 


83 


48 


76 




50 


18 


11 


1 19 




78 


28 


16 


2 44 


1 


60 


59 


34 


2 87 


1 


88 


69 


39 


3 29 


2 


16 


78 


45 


1 67 


1 


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40 


23 


1 61 


1 


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38 


22 


87 




57 


21 


12 


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1 


44 


52 


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34 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



155 



Joshua Blodgett 


. . 1 10 


73 


27 


15 


Jacob Garvin . . 


. . 2 59 


1 70 


62 


38 


Daniel Watts . . . 


. . 3 08 


2 02 


74 


42 



Warrant for Nonresident Tax 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Peter Young Collector of Taxes for the year 1822 — 
Greeting 

Yon are hereby required in the name of said State to levy 
and Collect of the several persons named in this list of Taxes 
the sums affixed to their names respectively and you are to 
pay to the Treasurer of the town of Manchester the sum of 
Twenty five Dollars and ninety four Cents which is the 
amount of this list of Taxes, on or before the first day of 
March next and if any person or persons neglect or refuse 
to pay said sums affixed to their names you are to follow the 
rules and regulations of the Constitution and Laws of the 
State of Kewhampshire 

Given under our hands and Seal at Manchester this twenty 
fourth day of May A D 1822 — for which this shall be your 
sufficient Y/arrant 



Nonresident Taxes 1822 









Amos 


Weston Jur 








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State 

County 
Highway 



Eobert Parker half 7 60 38 .23 .15 .5 .3 .20 

Heirs of William 
Parker Griffin lot 
so call d .... 80 80 .47 .31 11 6 64 

Bowman & Moulton 

farm & buildings 100 2,30 1.34 .88 .32 .18 1.34 

Samuel Head ad- 
joining Kimball . 2 40 .24 .16 6 3 32 



156 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Benjamin Baker 

nigh Moses Davis 25 13 .8 .5 .2 1 .10 

Mark Dutys heirs 
joining Nat. Baker 12 .14 .9 .6 .2 1 11 

Kichard Dole adjoin- 
ing the Griffin 
farm 25 40 24 .16 .6 .3 .32 

Robert Nesmith 
nigh Ebnr Com- 
ings 30 15 9 6 2 1 12 

Robert Bartleys 

heirs meadow Lot 3 25 15 10 3 2 20 

Benj a Leach meadow 

Lot 2 15 9 6 2 1 12 

William Richardson 

meadow lot. . . 2 15 9 6 2 1 12 

Nath 1 Smith nigh 

Eben r Comings . 20 30 18 12 4 2 24 

Barker meadow Lot 4 30 18 12 4 2 24 

George Manter join- 
ing Sam Jackson 30 15 9 6 2 1 12 

Jedidiah Morse join- 
ing Marden & 
Seavy .... 100 50 29 19 7 4 40 

Harvey & Emerson 
adjoining Jon a 
Young .... 10 30 18 12 4 2 24 

Redfield & Adams 

house .... 30 18 12 4 2 24 

Thomas Pattersons 

Saw Mill ... 200 1.16 76 28 16 1.60 

Charles Cox £ of 

Saw Mill ... 50 29 19 7 4 40 

Newell . . 80 50 29 19 7 4 40 

Adams & Boyes 
joining David 
Dickey .... 40 50 29 19 7 4 40 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



157 



George M c Allister 
















Meadow Lott . . 


2 


20 


12 


8 


3 


2 


16 


Jonson Chase half 


48 


24 


15 


10 


3 


2 


20 


Dudley Porter 
















House .... 




37 


23 


15 


5 


3 


32 


Samuel Taylor join- 
















ing Greeley . . 


24 


12 


7 


5 


2 


1 


9 


Henry & James Tay- 
















lor do .... 


48 


24 


15 


10 


3 


2 


19 


Jonathan Butterfield 
















joing John Hall . 


60 


30 


18 


12 


4 


2 


24 


William Andrews 
















house & Land . . 




30 


18 


12 


4 


2 


24 


Common land nigh 
















Israel Browns . . 




40 


24 


16 


6 


3 


32 


Daniel Buzwell joing 
















Capt. Stevens . . 


40 


20 


12 


8 


3 


2 


16 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Frederick G. Stark town Clerk of the town of Man- 
chester in said County — Esq 

You are hereby requested in the name of said state to post 
up as by law in such case is prescribed an attested Copy of 
the following notification in said Manchester 

Take Notice 

Found in the enclosure of the subscriber in Manchester 
and taken up by him on Saturday the 27 th day of July instant 
a large white stray horse with small red specks interspersed 
over him said horse is a natural trotter. The owner is re- 
quested to prove property, pay charges and take him away 

Manchester July 31 — 1822 

Thomas Hardy 

Eeceived and Eecorded July 31 th 1822 

Frederick. G. Stark T. Clerk 



158 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

1822 September Meeting 

State of Xewhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Daniel Hall — Constable for the Town of Manchester 
Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of New- 
hampshire to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants 
of the said town of Manchester qualified to vote in the choice 
of senators for the State Legislature to be holden on Monday 
the sixteenth day of September next at three OClcck P. M. 
to act on the following articles Viz 

1 st To Choose a Moderator to regulate said meeting 

2 nd To vote by ballot for Six persons duly qualified for 
Eepresentatives of this State in the Congress of the United 
States agreeably to a law of this State passed June 21 st A. D. 
1792 

3 rd To see what method the town will take for the support 
of Thomas Lancey and his wife. 

4 th To see if the town will vote to run out the Grave yard 
and build a fence round the same And in the warning and 
notification of said meeting you are to post a copy of this 
warrant at the meeting house in said Manchester fifteen days 
prior to the time of holding the same and make return of this 
warrant with your doings thereon unto the town Clerk or In 
his absence to the Selectmen on or before the time of holding 
said meeting. Given under our hands and Seal at Manches- 
ter this twenty seventh day of August A. D. 1822 This war- 
rant was duly returned by Daniel Hall — Constable 

Amos Weston jur 
Nathl Moor 
John Proctor 
Selectmen of Manchester 

At a meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Manchester 
duly notified and holden at their meetinghouse on monday 
the 16 th day of September 1822 — John Stark, Esq. was 
chosen Moderator — The following votes were given in for 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 159 

Representatives to Congress — which votes declared in open 
town meeting Viz 

for Ichabod Bartlett 32 

" William Plumer jur 21 

" Charles Woodman 25 

" Matthew Harvey 32 

" Aaron Mat son 30 

" Thomas Whipple jur .... 32 
" Estwicke Evans . . . . . . 10 

" Edmund Parker 5 

" David L, Morrill 2 

Voted That the Selectmen be authorized to bring Thomas 
Lancy and wife to this town and provide for their support 
and to pay the balance which may be found due for their 
support at Dunstable if they deem it expedient 
Voted To dismiss the 4 th article 
Voted To dissolve this meeting 
A true record attest 

Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk 

Road 

We the subscribers, Selectmen of Manchester have this day 
laid out a road as follows Viz Begining at a Black Oak tree 
standing on the east side of the road near the north corner 
of Samuel Halls land, thence North 15 degrees East about 
50 rods to a row of apple trees in Philip Stevenss field near 
the place where Cutlers house stood — thence North 27 de- 
grees east about 10 rods to an apple Tree, standing near the 
old road — meaning to include all the land between said 
line and the river for the use of a public highway — and we 
appraise the land taken up by said road as follows 

Viz — Henry E. Barretts land $1.00 

Benjamin Stevens land . 5.00 

Phillip Stevens land 8.00 

14.00 
Manchester Sept 21 — 1822 

Amos Weston jur 
John Proctor 
ISTath 1 Moore 

Selectmen 



ICO MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

1823 

Warrant for March Meeting 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 
(L.S) 

To Daniel Hall — Constable for the Town of Manchester, 
Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of ISTew- 
hampshire to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants 
of the town of Manchester who are qualified to vote in the 
Choice of Senators for the State Legislature to be holden on 
Tuesday the Eleventh day of March next at Ten of the Clock 
A. M. to act on the following articles, Viz 

1 st To Choose a Moderator to govern said meeting. 

2 nd To Choose a Town Clerk 

3 rd To Choose the Selectmen 

4 th To Vote by ballot for Governor, Counsellor, Senator, 
County Treasurer and Eegister of Deeds. 

5 th To Vote by ballot for one person for a Representative 
of this State in the Congress of the United States 

6 th To Choose a Eepresentative to represent the town in 
General Court 

7 th To hear all Town accounts 

gth rp Q choQgg a u other Town officers 

9 th To see how much money the town will raise to pay town 
Charges the present year. 

10 th To see how much money the Town will raise to repair 
highways the present year. 

11 th Whereas a road leading from Hooksett leaving the L. 
Derry Turn pike near to Jacob Farnhams riming through 
Manchester L — Derry & to Dracut Bridge, would greatly 
convene the public — this article is incerted to see if the 
town will lay out (where it is not already done) their part 
of said Road begining at or near Starks bridge so called 
(meaning to meet that part of said road which belongs to the 
town of Hooksett to make) thence southerly on the best 
ground practicable to the highway near David Stevens house 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 161 

thence by the Meetinghouse to Deny line, wherever it may 
be necessary to accomplish the object in view 

12 th To see if the town will lay out or straiten the road 
from the Perham Bridge so called, to the meeting house 

13 th To see if the town will lay out and open a Eoad from 
the Corner near John Websters by John Dickeys to the main 
road near Huses Bridge so called 

14 th To see if the Town will vote to give Benjamin Stevens 
more for a certain piece of Land taken for a highway than 
what the Selectmen allowed him. And in the warning and 
notification of said meeting you are to post a Copy of this 
Warrant at the meetinghouse in said Manchester fifteen days 
prior to the time of holding the same and make return of 
this warrant with your doings thereon unto the Town Clerk 
or in his absence to the Selectmen on or before the time of 
holding said meeting 

Given under our hands and Seal at Manchester this twen- 
tieth day of February A. D. 1823 

Amos Weston jur 
John Proctor 

Selectmen 

Hillsborough ss. 

I have notified and warned the within named inhabitants 
by posting a coppy of the warrant as the law requires 

Daniel Hall Constable 

Proceedings ;oe March Meeting 1823 

At an annual Town meeting of the inhabitants of man- 
chester duly notified and holden at the meetinghouse in said 
Town, on Tuesday the Eleventh day of March A. D 1823 — 
Nathaniel Moor was chosen Moderator. Frederick. G. Stark 
was chosen Town Clerk and Sworn Amos Weston junr. 
Nathaniel Moor and John Proctor were chosen Selectmen 
and sworn into that office — The meeting then proceeded 
to ballot for State and County officers and the votes were as 
follows — Viz 



162 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



For Governor Levi Woodbury had 

Samuel Dinsmore " 
For Senator David L. Morril had . 

Hezekiah. D. Buzzell had 
For Counsellor Jonathan Harvey had . 
For County Treasurer John Secombe had 
For Eegister of Deeds Isaac Brooks had 
For Representative in Congress 

Richard Odel had . . 
Edmund Parker " 
Arthur Livermore " . 
Frederick. G. Stark was chosen to Represent this 
the General Court 

Voted To allow Amos Weston jun account amoun- 

ing to 

Voted To allow John Proctors account amounting 

to 

Voted To allow Nathaniel Moors account — bal- 
ance 

Voted To allow F. G. Stark 8 account amounting 

to 

Voted To allow Phillip Stevens Fifteen Dollars in 
full for land taken up by the highway laid out 

through his land last fall 

Voted To allow Daniel Hall for services as Con- 
stable 

Voted To allow Joseph Moors account for leacing 

Town-land 

Voted To allow Joseph Moor 8 do for Plank . . . 
Voted To allow Joseph Moor do for services as 

Treasurer 

Voted That the Selectmen be overseers of the poor 
Joseph Moor was chosen Treasurer and sworn 
The following Persons were chosen Fire Wards Viz 
Samuel Jackson sworn Apl. 5 th 
Ephraim Stevens jur 
Elisha Quimby 



48 


votes 


40 


do 


60 


do 


27 


do 


88 


do 


88 


do 


88 


do 


54 




24 




10 




town in 


$13.12 




9.15 


' 


11.76 


: 


L0.30 




L5.00 




2.00 




4.00 




3.01 



3.00 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 163 

Daniel Hall was chosen Constable and sworn 
The following persons were chosen Surveyors of highways 
and all sworn Viz for District No 1 Samuel Stark jur 

« No 2 Job Eowell 
" No 3 Joseph Young 
" No 4 Israel Brown 
" No 5 Ebenezer Webster 
" No 6 Benjamin Corning 
" No 7 Jonas Harvey 
" No 8 Joseph Moor 
" No 9 Nathaniel Baker 
" No 10 Phineas Bailey 
The following persons were chosen Tything men Viz 
Eeuben Sawyer 
John Griffin 
Joseph Andrus 
The Selectmen were chosen Fence Viewers 
John Stark jur was chosen Clerk of the market 
Nathan Jonson was chosen Sealer of Leather 
Frederick. G. Stark was chosen Sealer of Weights and 
measures 

The following persons were chosen Hogreeves Viz 

David Dickey Junr 
Peter Y'oung 
John Stevens 
Nathaniel Moor 
John Emerson sworn 
James Griffin & 
Ebenezer Corning 
The following persons were chosen Corders of Wood Viz 
Amos Weston junr 
Joseph Moor 
Daniel Hall 
James Griffin & 
Samuel Hall 



164 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

The following persons were chosen Surveyors of Lumber 

Joseph Moor 

Nathaniel Moor 

Jessee Johnson sworn 

James Griffin sworn Apl 16 th 

Frederick. G. Stark 

Granderson Morse 

Benjamin Corning 

Jonathan Heseltine 

Jonas Harvey 

Josiah Marden 

Israel Webster sworn 
The following persons were chosen Cullers of Staves 

Nathaniel Conant 

Nathan Kimball 
The following persons w r ere chosen Fish Wards — viz 

Samuel Jackson 

Asa Heseltine 

Cyrus Moor sworn June 2 nd by N. Moor 

John Young sworn 

Israel Webster sworn 

Peter Emerson 
Elisha Quimby was chosen Pound keeper and sworn March 
29 th 

David Dickey was chosen Surveyor of Brick 
Voted To raise Three hundred Dollars to pay Town Charges 
the present year 

Voted That the Selectmen be directed to make up a State- 
ment of the Town Expences, for the year ensuing, and Report 
the same at the next March meeting 

Voted To raise One Dollar and fifty Cents on the poll to 
repair highways the present year Viz. One dollar summer 
Tax and Fifty Cents Winter Tax to be worked out if needed 
Voted To Dismiss the 11 th article in the Warrant 
Voted To Dismiss the 12 th article in ditto 
Voted To Dismiss the 13 th article in ditto 
Voted To allow Benjamin Stevens Five Dollars in addition 






EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 165 

to the sum allowed him by the Selectmen for Land taken for 
road laid out last fall 

The Collectorship was bid off by Israel Webster at 3f per 
Cent for Collecting and he was chosen Collector accordingly 

Voted To dissolve this meeting 

Attest 

Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk 

Licences in 1823 

We the subscribers Selectmen of Manchester hereby grant 
unto Samuel Jackson Licence to retail Spirituous Liquors 
at his dwellinghouse and Store in said Manchester for and 
during the term of one year. 

Manchester March 15 th 1823 



Recorded March 16 th 1823 



Amos Weston jur 
Nath 1 Moor 
Selectmen of Manchester 

F. G. Stark Town Clerk 



We the subscribers do hereby approbate and Licence Elisha 
Quimby to keep a public house for and during one year from 
date. 

Manchester March 15 th 1823 

Amos Weston jur 
Nathl Moor 

Selectmen 
Recorded March 30 th 1823 

F. G. Stark Town Clerk 

Manchester April 1 st 1823 
We the subscribers, Selectmen of Manchester hereby Li- 
cence Frederick. G. Stark to retail Spiritous and mix d Li- 
quors, at his house and Store in Manchester, one year from 
the present date 

Amos Weston jur 
iSTath 1 Moore 

Selectmen 



166 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

March 11 th 1823 — We hereby licence and approbate Jo- 
seph Moor to keep Tavern and to sell spiritons liquors for 
one year from this date at his house in Manchester 

Amos Weston Jur 



Kecorded May 11 th 1823 



John Proctor 
Selectmen of Manchester 

F. G. Stark. Town Clerk 



State of New Hampshire Hillsborough ss. 
(L. S.) 

To Israel Webster, Collector of Taxes for the Town of 
Manchester for the year 1823 — Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of said state to levy 
and collect of the several persons named in this list of Taxes 
the sums affixed to their names respectively, and you are to 
pay to the Treasurer of the Town of Manchester the sum 
of twenty six dollars, and eight cents which is the amount 
of this tax bill on or before the first day of March next, and 
if any persons neglect or refuse to pay said sums affixed to 
their names You are to follow the rules and regulations of 
the Law in that case made and provided and this shall be 
your sufficient warrant for collecting the same 

Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this thirti- 
eth day of May Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred 
and twenty three 

Amos Weston jur 
John Procter 
Selectmen of Manchester 

Nonresident Taxes 
Town of Manchester 
1823 
Eobert Parker one 

half 

W m Parkers heirs 

Griffin Lot so 

called .... 





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60 


75 


38 


23 


15 


5 


3 


"31 




80 


160 


80 


48 


30 


11 


5 


64 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 167 

Bowman & Moulton 
farm joining Esq. 

Starks Land . . 250 150 95 35 15 200 

Saml Head near 

Ezra Kimballs . 8 80 40 24 15 6 3 32 

Benja Baker near 

Moses Davis . . 25 25 13 8 5 2 1 11 

Charles Cox J part 
Haseltine Saw 

Mill 50 30 19 7 3 40 

Mark Dutys heirs 
joining Nath 1 
Bakers farm 

on the South . . 10 25 13 8 5 

Richard Dole join- 
ing Griffin Farm 25 80 40 24 15 
Eobert Nesmith 

near Smith ... 20 30 15 9 6 

Nath 1 Smith part of 

his farm ... 60 30 18 12 

Rob 1 Bartley's heirs 

Meadow Land . 4 50 25 15 10 

Benj a Leach Mead- 
ow Land ... 3 30 15 9 6 
George Menter . . 30 30 15 9 6 
Jedidiah Morse . . 40 100 100 50 30 19 
Havey & Emerson 

part home farm . 30 18 12 
Redfield & Adams 
house near Gree- 
ley 60 30 18 12 

Richardson of Ches- 
ter 34 24 24 12 7 5 

Thomas Patterson 

saw mill ... 200 1.20 76 28 12 160 

Newell . . 39 60 80 40 24 15 6 3 32 

Adams & Dickey . 70 42 27 10 4 56 



2 


1 


11 


6 


3 


32 


2 


1 


12 


4 


2 


24 


4 


2 


20 


2 


1 


12 


2 


1 


12 


7 


3 


40 


4 


2 


24 


4 


2 


24 


2 


1 


10 



168 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Robert Adams 2 a. 


















Tillage .... 






40 


24 


15 


6 


3 


32 


George M c Allister 


















meadow .... 


3 


40 


20 


12 


8 


3 


2 


16 


Johnson Chase . . 33 


48 


48 


24 


15 


10 


3 


2 


20 


Dudley Porter house 


















& Land .... 




84 


42 


26 


16 


6 


3 


34 


Samuel Taylor near 


















Greeleys . . . 


24 


24 


12 


7 


5 


2 


1 


10 


Henry & James 


















Taylor .... 


48 


48 


24 


15 


10 


3 


2 


20 


Jonathan Butterfield 


40 


60 


30 


18 


12 


4 


2 


24 


William Eichardson 


3 


30 


15 


9 


6 


2 


1 


12 


Barker of Andover 


6 


60 


30 


18 


12 


4 


2 


24 


William Andrews & 


















another . . . 






30 


18 


12 


4 


2 


24 


Daniel Buzzell . . 


40 


40 


20 


12 


8 


3 


2 


16 


Joshua Martin . . 


14 


14 


7 


4 


3 


1 


1 


06 



James Parkers heirs 105 63 40 15 6 84 

State of New Hampshire Hillsborough ss 
(L. S.) 

To Israel Webster Collector of Taxes for the Town of Man- 
chester for the year 1823 — Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of said State to levy 
and collect of the several persons named in this list of taxes, 
the sums affixed to their names respectively and you are to 
pay to the Treasurer of the State of New Hampshire, Seventy 
four Dollars and forty cents on or before the first day of 
December next, which is the State tax, and one other sum of 
thirty four Dollars, seventy nine cents you are to pay to the 
Treasurer of the County of Hillsborough on or before the 
first day of September next which is the County tax and you 
are to pay to the Treasurer of Town of Manchester Two hun- 
dred Dollars on or before the first day of Novembr next and 
the remainder of this List of taxes which is Three hundred 
seventy six dollars and thirty eight cents You arc to pay to 



EARLY RECORDS OE MANCHESTER. 



169 



the Treasurer of the Town of Manchester on or before the 
first day of March next — And if any person or persons re- 
fuse or neglect to pay the sums affixed to their names you 
are to follow the rules and regulations of the Constitution 
and Laws of the State of Newhampshire and this shall be 
your sufficient warrant 

Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this 30 th 
day of May Anno Domini 1823 

Amos "Weston Jur 
John Proctor 

Selectmen 



School District No 7 
Ezra. Kimball 
Nathan Kimball . 
John Emerson . 
John Stark Jur . 
Archibald Stark 
Samuel Stark jur 
Amos Kimball 
John Stark . 
Samuel Stark 
Rodney Hadley 
John Stark 3 
Charles Stark 
John Babson 

District No- 1 



John Ray . . . 
James Ray . . 
Charles Blodgett 
James Clark . . 
George Clark 
Frederick G. Stark 
Moses Hall . . 
Grardus B. Stark 



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2 46 


1 


56 


57 


25 


4 84 


1 91 


1 


21 


45 


19 


3 76 


2 14 


1 


36 


50 


21 


4 21 


5 97 


3 


78 


1 39 


59 


11 73 


96 




61 


22 


10 


1 89 


78 




50 


18 


8 


1 54 


5 64 


3 


57 


1 32 


57 


11 10 


6 54 


4 


14 


1 52 


65 


12 85 


93 




59 


22 


.9 


1 83 


78 




50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


3 34 


2 


12 


78 


33 


6 57 


78 




50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


78 




50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


2 67 


1 


31 


49 


21 


4 08 


1 78 


1 


13 


42 


18 


3 51 


78 




50 


18 


8 


1 54 


78 




50 


18 


8 


1 54 


4 50 


2 


85 


1 05 


45 


8 85 


3 12 


1 


98 


73 


32 


6 15 


90 




57 


21 . 


.9 


1 77 


78 




50 


18 


.8 


1 54 



170 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



W. Betsey Kidder . . 


3 45 


2 


19 


81 


34 


6 79 


Job Eowell .... 


4 35 


2 


76 


1 02 


44 


8 57 


Daniel Eowell . . . 


78 




50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


Andrea French . . . 


90 




57 


21 


.9 


1 77 


John Harwood . . . 


78 




50 


18 


.8 


1 57 


Philip Stevens . . . 


4 11 


2 


60 


96 


41 


8 08 


Henry R. Barrett . . 


2 02 


1 


29 


47 


20 


3 98 


Israel Young . . . . 


1 08 




68 


25 


11 


2 12 


Nath 1 Merrill Jur . . . 


1 47 




93 


35 


15 


2 90 


John Hall 


2 13 


1 


35 


50 


21 


4 19 


District No 2 














Moses Davis 


3 93 


2 


49 


92 


39 


7 73 


Alpheus Stevens . . . . 


1 89 


1 


20 


44 


19 


3 72 


Ephraim Stevens . . . 


1 32 




84 


31 


14 


2 61 


Ephraim Stevens Jur . . 


4 35 


2 


76 


1 02 


44 


8 57 


Thomas Hardy . . . . 


1 68 


1 


06 


39 


17 


3 30 


Joseph Young . . . . 


3 50 


2 


21 


81 


35 


6 87 


Richard Young . . . . 


1 35 




86 


32 


14 


2 67 


John Young Jur . . . 


2 49 


1 


58 


58 


25 


4 90 


Daniel Hall 


3 74 


2 


37 


87 


38 


7 36 


Isaac Farmer . . . . 


34 




22 


.8 


.3 


67 


Samuel Jackson . . . 


5 21 


3 


30 


1 21 


52 


10 24 


John Dwinell . . . . 


2 03 


1 


28 


48 


21 


4 00 


Elisha Quimby . . . . 


2 58 


1 


64 


60 


26 


5 08 


Elisha Quimby Jur . . 


1 08 




68 


25 


11 


2 12 


Joseph B. Hall . . . . 


2 46 


1 


56 


57 


25 


4 84 


Patten Hall 


90 




57 


21 


.9 


1 77 


Jesse Saunders . . . . 


78 




50 


18 


8 


1 54 


Ezekiel Merrill . . . . 


90 




57 


21 


9 


1 77 


Nathaniel Baker . . . 


3 09 


1 


96 


72 


31 


6 08 


John G. Brown . . . . 


2 37 


1 


50 


55 


24 


4 66 


Samuel Hall 


4 31 


2 


73 


1 01 


43 


8 48 


Benj a Stevens . . . . 


3 03 


1 


92 


71 


36 


5 96 


Hezekiah Young . . . 


3 86 


2 


45 


91 


39 


7 62 


Joshua Corning . . . . 


1 29 




82 


30 


13 


2 54 


Daniel Corning . . . . 


93 




59 


22 


.9 


1 83 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



171 



Joshua Corning 


Jui 








78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


Nathaniel Merrill . 






96 




57 


21 


.9 1 77 


Josiah Perry . . . 






78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


Jonathan Young Jur 






96 




61 


22 


10 1 89 


Daniel Young . . 






78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


Isaac Stevens 


, 






78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


John Griffin . 


, . 






78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


Israel Merrill 


, . 






24 




15 


.6 


.3 .48 


Eobert Hall . 


. . 






45 




29 


11 


.4 89 


District No 3 












James Nutt 5 


43 


3 


44 


1 27 


54 10 68 


James Nutt Jur 






2 


12 


1 


34 


49 


21 4 16 


John Brown . . 






2 


31 


1 


46 


53 


23 4 53 


James Griffin 






2 


58 


1 


64 


64 


26 5 08 


Joseph Andrus . 






3 


42 


2 


17 


80 


34 6 73 


David Webster Jur 






4 


86 


3 


08 


1 13 


49 9 56 


Franklin Webster 








78 




50 


18 


8 1 54 


Nath 1 Moor . . 






. 6 


84 


4 


33 


1 60 


69 13 46 


Jesse Johnson . 






1 


05 




67 


24 


11 2 07 


W. Betsey Moor 








60 




38 


14 


.6 1 18 


Ensign Chandler 








78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


Joseph Moor . . 






. 14 


97 


9 


48 


3 49 


1 49 29 43 


Cyrus Moor . , 










78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


Samuel Brown 








1 


68 


1 


06 


39 


17 3 30 


Eussel Moor . 










78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


John Calfe . 








. 1 


83 


1 


16 


43 


18 3 60 


Franklin Moor 










78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


David Dickey 








4 35 


2 


76 


1 02 


44 8 57 


John Young . 










78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


Peter Young . 








4 


35 


2 


76 


1 02 


44 8 57 


Jonas Harvey 








8 


25 


5 


23 


1 93 


82 16 23 


Peter Emerson 








4 


32 


2 


74 


1 01 


44 8 51 


Samuel Giles . 










78 




50 


18 


.8 1 54 


Israel Merrill 








6 


93 


4 39 


1 62 


69 13 63 


William Dickey 










78 




50 


.18 


.8 1 54 


June 7 th Recorded and examined 


















by 


Frederick G. Stark T. C. 



172 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



District No 4 
Isaac Huse . . 
John G. Webster . 
James M c Quisten 
Amos Weston 
Amos Weston Jur 
Archibald Gamble 
Thomas Gamble 
John Gamble . . 
Daniel Harris 
Willard Harris . 
John Webster . 
Israel Webster . 
Joshua Webster . 
Ebenezer Webster 
David Webster . 
John Haseltine Jur 
Asa Haseltine . 
Silas Haseltine . 
Keuben Sawyer . 
Hugh Boyes . . 
Elijah Flint . . 
Benjamin Corning 
Gilbert Greeley . 
George Corning 
Aaron Clark . . 
Granderson Morse 
Jonathan Young 
Edward Young . 
John Haseltine . 
Nathan 1 Conant . 
Sarah Conant 
Jonathan Haseltine 
John Dickey . . 
Jonathan Dickey 
James Young 
Amos Webster Jur 



12 21 


7 


74 


2 85 


1 22 


24 02 


78 




50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


3 72 


2 


36 


87 


38 


7 33 


2 88 


1 


82 


67 


29 


5 66 


2 52 


1 


60 


59 


26 


4 97 


10 10 


6 


39 


2 35 


1 01 


19 85 


78 




50. 


18 


8 


1 54 


1 14 




72 


26 


11 


2 23 


2 18 


1 


38 


50 


22 


4 38 


2 60 


1 


64 


60 


26 


5 10 


3 63 


2 


30 


85 


36 


7 14 


6 09 


3 


86 


1 42 


61 


11 98 


— 78 




50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


1 55 




98 


36 


15 


3 04 


1 14 




72 


26 


11 


2 23 


2 73 


1 


73 


64 


27 


5 37 


2 37 


1 


50 


55 


24 


4 66 


99 




63 


23 


10 


1 95 


2 70 


1 


71 


63 


27 


5 31 


3 75 


2 


38 


87 


38 


7 38 


2 25 


1 


43 


53 


23 


4 44 


1 71 


1 


08 


40 


17 


3 36 


3 52 


2 


21 


•82 


35 


6 90 


1 17 




74 


27 


11 


2 29 


2 04 


•1 


29 


•48 


21 


4 02 


3 33 


•2 


11 


78 


33 


6 55 


5 46 


3 


46 


1 27 


55 


10 74 


1 59 


1 


01 


• 37 


16 


3 13 


1 68 


1 


06 


39 


17 


3 30 


1 20 




76 


28 


12 


2 .36 


1 08 




70 


25 


10 


2.13 


3 27 


2 


07 


77 


33 


6.44 


2 55 


1 


62 


60 


26 


5 03 


2 94 


1 


86 


68 


29 


5 77 


1 68 


1 


06 


39 


17 


3 30 


1 20 




76 


28 


12 


2 36 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



173 



Reuben G. Sawyer . 








78 


50 


18 


.8 


1.54 


James Boyes . . . 






78 


50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


Hazen Boyes . . 








78 


50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


Amos Webster . . 








78 


50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


David Webster 3 rd 








78 


50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


Cyrus Young . . 








78 


50 


18 


.8 


1.54 


Phinihas Haseltine 








78 


50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


John Mulican . . 








96 


61 


22 


10 


1 89 


District No 5 












Jonathan Buss el . . . 


12 


.8 


.3 


.2 


25 


Nathan Johnson 






2 


88 


1 82 


67 


29 


5 6C, 


David Dickey Jur 








78 


50 


18 


.8 


1 54 


John Procter 






. 3 


15 


2 00 


74 


32 


6 21 


Phineas Bailey . 






2 


97 


1 88 


69 


29 


5 83 


Aaron Seavey 






. 1 


29 


82 


30 


13 


2 54 


Josiah Marden . 






. 1 


29 


82 


30 


13 


2 54 


William Haseltine 






. 1 


89 


1 20 


44 


19 


3 72 


David Haseltine 








90 


57 


21 


.9 


1 77 


District No 6 












Jacob Whittemore . . . 2 


52 


1 60 


59 


26 


4 97 


Daniel Watts .... 3 


90 


2 47 


91 


39 


7 67 


Joshua Blodgett . . . . 1 


08 


68 


25 


11 


2 12 


Widow Garvin . . . . 1 


11 


70 


26 


11 


2 18 


1823 June 9 th 












Eecorded and exa 


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Frederick G. Stark Town Clerk 



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EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 183 

State of ISTewhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Daniel Hall — Constable for the town of Manchester 
— Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of said State to notify 
and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Man- 
chester who are qualified to vote in the choice of senators 
for the State Legislature to be holden at the meeting house 
in said Manchester on Monday the Eighth day of September 
next at two O'Clock P. M. to act on the following articles 
(Viz) 

1 st To choose a moderator to regulate said meeting 

2 nd To see what method the town will take in regard to 
laying out a new road through this town in such manner 
as to meet the road proposed to be laid out from Hooksett 
to Pawtucket Bridge — and more particularly to take the 
senee of the town as to the expediency of said road and to 
transact such other business as may be necessary to be done 
in relation to said road 

3 rd To see what method the town will take in regard to 
laying out a road as petitioned for by Jonas Harvey and 
others from the Perham Bridge so called to the meetinghouse. 

4 th To see if the town will vote to pay Dr. Bartleys bill 
for his attendance and medicine for Caesar Harvey and Luke 
Halls family, and keep in their hands the Caesar Harvey 
farm until the same is paid by said Hall or his order — 
and in the warning and notification of said meeting you are 

to post a copy of this Warrant as the Law requires 

Given under our hands at Manchester this nineteenth day 
of August A. D. 1823 

Amos Weston jur 
N'athl Moore 

Selectmen 
Endorsed 

Hillsborough ss 

I have notified and warned the within named inhabitants 
by Posting a Copy of this Warrant as the Law requires 

Daniel Hall Constable 



184 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

At a meeting of the inhabitants of Manchester held at the 
meetinghouse on monday the Eighth day of September 1823 
in purusuance of the foregoing Warrant John Stark Esq 
was chosen Moderator — Motion was made by Mr. Huse 
to take the sence of the meeting as to the Expedency of the 
road mentioned in the second article in the Warrant — which 
motion prevailed — and the number who voted that said 
road was expedient was one — and the number who voted 
that said road was not expedient was Forty-five — the fol- 
lowing Vote was then introduced by Mr. Stark which passed 

Voted Joseph Moor be an agent for this town to join the 
Committee chosen by the town of Londonderry to oppose 
the laying out and opening a road through this town. Lon- 
donderry & c in a direction from Hooksett to Pawtucket Bridge 
as it is the opinion of the people of this town, that the public 
interest does not require said road to be laid out and that 
the expenses of making the road would greatly exceed the ben- 
efit to be derived from its being opened, and that it would 
lay a burden upon this town which they are unable to bear 
— therefore said Agent is instructed to procure such coun- 
sell and make such defence against said road as he shall think 
the interest of the town requires * 

* This vote is really a reconsideration of that taken at the 
annual meeting in March, when the town voted not to build the 
road asked for in 1821 by the citizens of Lowell, Mass., and 
Concord, N. H., who believed that there should be a good stage 
road between those places. The survey was made through 
Dracut, beginning at Pawtucket bridge, Pelham, Windham, Lon- 
donderry and Manchester, to connect with Londonderry 
turnpike in Hooksett, thence by that road to Concord. Bitter 
opposition was immediately shown in at least Londonderry 
and Manchester, though the project had one strong supporter in 
the last named place. He was Capt. Ephraim Stevens, Jr., who 
cast his solitary vote in favor of the new route, which was soon 
to be known as "The Mammoth Road." Action was frequently 
taken in regard to the matter, until the town made its last 
stand against it at a special meeting August 16, 1828. In Octo- 
ber, 1830, the court ordered that the road should be built, wiiich 
was accordingly done by the different towns. The road, how- 
ever, proved a poor investment, though from no fault of the 
merits of the undertaking. The building of a railroad between 
the objective points completely changed the means and methods 
of transportation. — Editor. 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 185 

The third article was then taken under consideration 
and the following Preamble and Vote was introduced by Mr. 
Stark which passed 32 to 20 Whereas the Selectmen of Man- 
chester have been cited to appear at the court of Sessions 
to be holden at Amherst on the first Tuesday of September 
1823 to shew cause why a road should not be laid out and 
opened on a straight line from Perhams Bridge to Manches- 
ter meetinghouse but did not attend 

Therefore — Voted That the Town clerk be instructed to 
present to the Committee of Hon. Court of Sessions the fol- 
lowing reasons Viz. 

First — The Eoad as now traveled is in good repair 

Second — It is a road upon which there is no considerable 
public Travel. 

Third — ISTo considerable saving in the distance will be 
made by the proposed alteration. 

Fourth — The lots through which the road would pass 
would be badly cut up 

Fifth — The Expenses of making said road would far ex- 
ceed the advantages to be derived from any alteration. 

The Fourth article was then considered and it was Voted 
to dismiss it — The Town Clerk Eead a Venire requiring 
him to cause one man to be appointed to serve as grand 
Juror at the Superior Court to be holden at Amherst on the 
first Tuesday of October next — and one man to serve as 
petit Juror at the same court — and accordingly — Nathan 
Jonson was drawn to serve as Grand Juror and John Stark 
Esq. was drawn to serve as petit Juror. 

The meeting was then dissolved 

Attest 

Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk 

"Warrant for March Meeting 

State of Newhamp shire Hillsborough ss 
(LS) 

To Daniel Hall Constable for the Town of Manchester — 
Greeting 



186 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

You are hereby required in the name of said State to no- 
tify and warn a Meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of 
Manchester who are qualified to vote in the choice of Sena- 
tors for the state Legislature to be holden on Tuesday the 
ninth day of March next at ten of the Clock A. M. to act 
on the following articles (Viz) 

1 st To Chose a Moderator to govern said meeting 

2 " To Chose a Town Clerk 

3 " To Chose the Selectmen 

4 " To Vote by ballot for Governor, Counsellor, Senator 
County Treasurer and Register of Deeds 

5 " To Chose a Representative 

6 " To Chose all other town officers 

7 " To hear all Town accounts 

8 " To see how much money the Town will raise to pay 
town charges the present year 

9 th To see how much Money the Town will raise to repair 
Highways the present year 

10 " To see what method the Town will take in regard 
to keeping in employ their agent that was chosen to oppose 
the laying out of the contemplated road leading from Hook- 
sett through Manchester & c to Dracut Bridge. 

11 To see if the town will vote to make a new division of 
School districts throughout the Town or in part 

12 To see if the town will vote to pay Doctor Bartleys 
Bill against Luke Hall and keep in their possession the Caesar 
Harvey farm untill the same is paid by sd. Hall or his order 

13 To see if the Town will vote to disannex John Dwinell 
and Elisha Quimby from Highway District No 5 and annex 
them to District No 3 and make the division between said 
districts at the crotch of the road below the Meetinghouse 

14 To see if the Town will vote to Divide Highway Dis- 
trict No 8 at the Bridge near Moors Mill and annex those 
on the north side of the brook to Highway District No 9 

15 To take the sense of the legal voters of this Town 
whether the shire Town for the County of Hillsborough 
ouoht to be establish" 1 at Amherst or at Mont Vernon — 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 187 

and in the warning and notification of said Meeting yon are 
to post a copy of this warrant at the Meeting-house in said 
Manchester at least fifteen days before the time of holding 
the same and make return of this warrant with your doings 
thereon unto the Town Clerk or in his absence to the select- 
men on or before the time of holding said Meeting 

Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this twenty- 
eth day of February A. D. 1824 

Amos Weston jur 
Nathl Moore 
John Proctor 

Selectmen 

Hillsborough ss 

I have notified the meeting agreeable to the within war- 
rant 

Daniel Hall Constable 

PROCEEDINGS OF MARCH MEETING 1824 

At an anual Meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of 
Manchester duly notified and holden at the Meeting house 
in said Town on Tuesday the ninth day of March A D 1824 
Nathaniel Moore was Chosen Moderator 

Amos Weston Jur was chosen Town Clerk and sworn 

Amos Weston Jur 
Nath 1 Moore and 
Isaac Huse 
were chosen Selectmen and all sworn 
The Meeting then proceeded to ballot for State and County 
officers and the votes were as follows 

For Governor David L. Morrill had . . . . 73 votes 

Levi Woodbury 14 

For Counsellor Jonathan Harvey had . . . . 90 

For Senator John Patee had 78 

John Porter " 9 

For County Treasurer John Secombe had . . 90 
For Register of Deeds Isaac Brooks had ... 90 



188 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Frederick G. Stark was chosen to represent this Town in 
the General Court 

Frederick G. Stark was Chosen Treasurer and sworn — 
the following persons were Chosen fire wards (Viz) 
Samuel Jackson 
Asa Heseltine 
Nathan Kimball 
John Gamble was Chosen Constable and sworn 
The following Persons were chosen Surveyors of Highways 
and all sworn Viz 

John Stark Jur 
James Kay 
Daniel Hall 
Henry R Barret 
Joshua Webster 
James Young 
Grandison Morse 
Nathaniel Moore 
James Griffin 
David Dickey Jur 
John Gamble and Isaac Huse were Chosen Tythingmen — 
The Selectmen were Chosen fence viewers John Dwinell 
was chosen Clerk of the Market Nathan Johnson was chosen 
Sealer of Lether Isaac Huse was Chosen sealer of Weights 
and measures 

The following persons were Chosen Gogreeves Viz) 
Elisha Quimby Samuel Brown 

David Dickey Jur Nathaniel Merrill Jur 

Daniel Hall Peter Young 

James H Saunders John Gamble 

The following Persons were Chosen Corders of Wood (Viz) 
James Griffin sworn Joseph Moore 

John Calfe Nathaniel Moore 

Jacob Whittemore Grandison Morse 

The following Persons were Chosen surveyors of Lumber 
Viz Gilbert Greeley 



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District 


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2 






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4 






a 


5 






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EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 189 

Jonathan Heseltine James Griffin sworn 

Frederick. G. Stark Henry E. Barrett 

Joseph Moore sworn Aaron Seavey 

The following Persons were chosen cullers of Staves 
Nathaniel Conant 
Samuel Hall 
The following Persons were Chosen fish wards (Viz) 
Amos Webster Jur 
Asa Heseltine 
John Dickey 
John Calfe 
Cyrus Moore 
Nathaniel Moore 
Joseph Moore 
James M c Questen 
James Griffin 
Daniel Hall was Chosen Pound Keeper & sworn 
The following Persons were Chosen cullers of Brick 
David Dickey 
James M c Quisten 
Isaac Huse 
The Meeting then proceeded to act on the 15 Article and 
the Votes were then taken whether the shire Town for the 
County of Hillsborough ought to be established at Amherst 
or at Mont-vernon 

for Amherst — 90 votes 

for Montvernon — . . . . none 
Voted to Allow Frederick G. Starks account 

amounting to 5.10 

Voted to Allow John Proctors account amounting 

to 13.43 

Voted to Allow Nathaniel Moores acct amounting to 12.42 
Voted to Allow Amos Weston Jur acct amounting 

to 19.35 

Voted to Allow Job Powells acct. plank for Bridges 1.97 
Voted to Allow Daniel Hall for his services as Con- 
stable 1.00 



190 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Voted to raise three hundred Dollars for Towns use the 
ensuing year 

Voted to raise one Dollar and fifty cents on a Poll to repair 
Highways the present year (Viz) one Dollar for summer Tax 
fifty cents Winter Tax if needed 

Voted to Dismiss the 10 th Article in the warrant 
Voted to Dismiss the 11 th Article in the warrant 
Voted that the Selectmen settle Doctor Hugh Bartleys 
Bill against Luke Hall and that they retain the Ceasar Har- 
vey farm for security to pay the same untill the same is paid 
by said Hall or his heirs 

Voted to Dismiss the thirteenth Article in the warrant 
Voted to Dismiss the fourteenth Article in the warrant 
The Collectorship was bid off by Israel Webster at 2 per 
cent for collecting and he was chosen accordingly the Meet- 
ing was then Dissolved 

Attest Amos Weston J™" Town Clerk 

Licences for 1824 

Wee the undersigned selectmen of Manchester hereby grant 
Liberty to Samuel Jackson to retail spirituous liquors at his 
Dwelling house in Manchester for and during the term of 

one year from date 

Manchester March 16 th 1824 

Amos Weston Jur 
Isaac Huse 
Selectmen of Manchester 
Recorded March 16 th 1824 

A. Weston Jur Town Clerk 

Manchester March 20 1824 
We the subscribers Licence Elisha Quimby to retail spirit- 
uous and mixed Liquors at his Dwelling house and keep Tav- 
ern for and during the term of one year 

Amos Weston Jur 
Nath 1 Moore 
Iaac Huse 
Selectmen of Manchester 



Eecorded March 23 rd 1824 



A. Weston Junr Town Clerk 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 191 

We the subscribers do hereby Licence Nathaniel Moore 
to retail spirituous Liquors at his Dwelling house in Man- 
chester for and during the term of one year from this date 
April 2 nd — 1824 

Amos Weston Junr 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 
Recorded April 3 1824 

A. Weston Junr. Town Clerk 

Manchester April 1 st 1824 
We hereby Licence Frederick G. Stark to keep a Tavern 
and to sell spirituous and mixed Liquors at his Dwellinghouse 
and store in Manchester One year from the present date 

Amos Weston Jr. 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 
Recorded April 8 th 1824 

Amos Weston Jr. Town Clerk 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 
(L. S.) 

To Israel Webster Collector of Taxes in the Town of 
Manchester for the year 1824 Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of New- 
hampshire to Levy and Collect of the several Persons named 
in this Taxbill the several sums respectively set against each 
of their names amounting in the whole to the sum of six 
hundred and ninety-one Dollars and six Cents you are to pay 
to the Treasurer of the state of Newhampshire the sum of 
seventy four Dollars and forty cents on or before the last 
day of December Next you are also to pay to the Treasurer 
of the County of Hillsborough the sum of sixty two Dollars 
and sixty four cents on or before the first day of September 
next also to pay to the Treasurer of the Town of Manchester 
in October next the sum of one hundred and fifty Dollars 
also to pay to said Treasurer of the Town of Manchester the 
remainder of this Taxbill on or before the second tuesday 



192 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



of March 1825 you are to follow the directions of the Law 
in Levying and Collecting the same and this shall be your 
sufficient warrant 

Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this twenty- 
first day of May 1824 

Amos Weston Jr 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 



List of Taxes 1824 






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School District N° 7 


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31 


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o 3 


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Ezra Kimball .... 2 44 


1 60 


56 


47 5 07 


Nathan Kimball . 






1 72 


1 13 


40 


33 3 58 


John Emerson . 






1 76 


1 15 


41 


34 3 60 


John Stark J ur . 






5 41 


3 54 


1 25 


1 04 11 24 


Archibald Stark 






91 


60 


21 


18 1 90 


Samuel Stark J r . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Amos Kimball . 






5 07 


3 32 


1 17 


98 10 54 


Rodger Stevens . 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 62 


John Stark . . 






5 02 


3 29 


1 16 


97 10 44 


Samuel Stark 






94 


62 


21 


18 1 95 


John Stark 3 rd . 






2 76 


1 81 


64 


53 5 74 


John Babson . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Nehemiah Porter 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 62 


William Harwood 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


School District N° 1 








John Ray 3 02 


1 98 


69 


58 6 27 


James Clark . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


George Clark 






3 59 


2 35 


83 


69 7 46 


Frederick G. Stark 






3 28 


2 15 


76 


63 6 82 


Moses Hall . . 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 62 


Grardus B. Stark 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 62 


Job Rowell . . 






. 4 00 


2 62 


92 


77 8 31 


Daniel Rowell . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Andrew French . 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 68 


Philip Stevens . 






. 3 72 


2 43 


86 


72 7 73 


John Hall . . 






. 1 85 


1 21 


43 


36 3 85 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



193 



Henry E. Barrett 






. 2 06 1 35 


48 


40 4 29 


James Ray . . . 




. 1 87 1 23 


43 


36 3 89 


Betsey Kidder . . 




. 2 84 1 86 


66 


55 5 91 


Charles Pollard . . 




99 65 


23 


19 2 06 


Benjamin P. Hc-it . 




68 45 


16 


13 1 42 


Nathaniel Merrill Jr. 




1 33 87 


31 


26 2 77 


Israel Young . . 




99 65 


23 


19 2 06 


John Harwood . . 




68 45 


16 


13 1 42 


District N° 2 






Moses Davis 3 61 2 36 


82 


70 7 49 


Hazen Davis . . 






83 55 


19 


16 1 73 


Alpheus Stevens 






1 07 70 


25 


21 2 23 


Pichard Young . 






. 1 07 70 


25 


21 2 23 


Ephraim Stevens 






. 1 14 75 


27 


22 2 38 


Ephraim Stevens J 1 


ir 




. 3 83 2 51 


89 


74 7 97 


Thomas Hardy . 






1 72 1 13 


40 


33 3 58 


Joseph Young . 






3 59 2 35 


83 


69 7 46 


Isaac Farmer 






94 62 


n 


18 1 95 


John Young Jur 






. 1 83 1 21 


43 


36 3 85 


David Hall . . 






. 3 38 2 20 


78 


71 7 07 


Samuel Jackson . 






4 52 2 96 


1 04 


87 9 39 


John Dwinell . . 






2 08 1 36 


48 


40 4 32 


Elisha Quimby . 






2 65 1 74 


62 


51 5 52 


Joseph B. Hall . 






2 21 1 45 


52 


43 4 61 


Patten Hall . . 






91 60 


21 


18 1 90 


Jesse Saunders . 






78 51 


18 


15 1 62 


Ezekiel S. Merrill 






78 51 


18 


15 1 62 


Nathaniel Baker 






2 42 1 59 


56 


47 5 04 


John G Brown . 






2 13 1 40 


49 


41 4 43 


Israel Brown . . 






68 45 


16 


13 1 42 


Samuel Hall . . 






4 26 2 79 


99 


82 8 86 


Benj n Stevens 






3 20 2 09 


74 


62 6 65 


Hibert Stevens . 






68 45 


16 


13 1 42 


Isaac Stevens 






78 51 


18 


15 1 62 


Daniel Corning . 






1 14 75 


27 


22 2 38 


Hezekiah Young . 






3 57 2 34 


82 


69 7 42 


Joshua Corning . 






1 14 75 


27 


22 2 38 



194 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Joshua Corning Jr 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Xathaniel Merril 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 62 


Josiah Perry . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Charles Blodgett 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Jonathan Young J 






. 1 66 


1 09 


39 


32 3 46 


John Griffen 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Robert Hall . . 






52 


34 


12 


10 1 08 


Jesse Poor . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


David Stevens . 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 62 


James H. Saunders 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 62 


Ealph Ordway . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


District N° 3 








James Nutt 3 91 


2 55 


90 


75 8 11 


James Nutt Jr. . 






2 74 


1 80 


64 


53 5 71 


John Brown . . 






. 2 08 


1 36 


48 


40 4. 32 


James Griffin 






. 2 47 


1 62 


57 


48 5 14 


Joseph Andrus . 






2 65 


1 74 


61 


51 5 51 


David Webster Jur 






4 35 


2 83 


1 01 


84 9 05 


Franklin Webster 






64 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Viranus Webster 






64 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Nathaniel Moore 






6 63 


4 34 


1 53 


1 28 13 78 


John Calfe . . 






1 72 


1 13 


40 


33 3 58 


William Gault . 






1 04 


68 


24 


20 2 16 


David Dickey . . 






4 58 


3 00 


1 05 


85 9 48 


William Dickey . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


John Young . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Peter Young . . . 






4 26 


2 79 


99 


82 8 86 


Jonas Harvey . . 






7 67 


5 02 


1 77 


1 48 15 94 


Peter Emerson . . 






3 90 


2 55 


90 


75 8 10 


Israel Merrill . . 






6 71 


4 39 


1 55 


1 29 13 94 


William Snow . . 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 62 


Rodney Hadley 






78 


51 


18 


15 1 62 


Jesse Johnson . . 






81 


53 


19 


16 1 69 


Wido Betsey Moor . 






36 


24 


.8 


.7 .75 


Ensign Chandler 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Russel Moor e . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 1 42 


Joseph Moor e . . 






13 00 


8 50 


3 00 


2 50 27 00 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



195 



Cyrus Moore . . 






81 


53 


19 


16 


1 69 


Samuel Brown . . . . 1 59 


1 04 


37 


31 


3 31 


1824 School District 










No 4 










Isaac Huse 9 93 


6 50 


2 29 


1 91 


20 63 


John G. Webster 






71 


47 


17 


14 


1 49 


James McQuisten 






. 3 64 


2 38 


84 


70 


7 56 


Amos Weston 






. 2 42 


1 59 


56 


47 


5 04 


Amos Weston Jur 






. 2 44 


1 61 


56 


47 


5 08 


Archibald Gamble 






. 9 05 


5 92 


2 09 


1 74 18 80 


Arch d Gamble Jr 






. 2 24 


1 47 


52 


43 


4 66 


Thomas Gamble . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


John Gamble 






. 1 04 


68 


24 


20 


2 16 


Daniel Harris 






. 1 86 


1 22 


43 


36 


3 87 


Willard Harris . 






. 1 96 


1 29 


45 


38 


4 08 


John Webster 






. 3 80 


2 49 


88 


73 


7 90 


Israel Webster . 






. 5 07 


3 37 


1 19 


99 


10 62 


Joshua Webster 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


Ebenezer Webster 






1 66 


1 09 


39 


32 


3 46 


David Webster . 






99 


65 


23 


19 


2 06 


Amos Webster . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


John Heseltine Jr. 






2 53 


1 66 


58 


49 


5 26 


Asa Heseltine . . 






2 27 


1 49 


53 


44 


4 73 


Silas Haseltine . . 






1 17 


77 


28 


23 


2 45 


Reuben Sawyer . . 






2 34 


1 53 


54 


45 


4 86 


Reuben G. Sawyer . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


Hugh Boyes . . . 






3 05 


2 00 


70 


59 


6 34 


Elijah Flint . . . 






2 01 


1 32 


46 


39 


4 18 


James Boyes . . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


Benjamin Corning . 






1 59 


1 04 


37 


31 


3 31 


Gilbert Greeley . . 






3 41 


2 23 


79 


66 


7 09 


George Corning . . 






1 43 


94 


33 


28 


2 98 


Aaron Clark . . . 






2 29 


1 50 


53 


44 


4 76 


Grandison Morse 






2 50 


1 64 


58 


48 


5 20 


Jonathan Young 






5 41 


3 54 


1 25 


1 04 


11 24 


Edward Young . . 






1 74 


1 14 


40 


33 


3 61 


Cyrus Young . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 



195 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



John Heseltine . . 






1 51 


1 00 


35 


29 


3 15 


John Dickey . . . 






2 29 


1 50 


53 


44 


4 76 


Jonathan Dickey 






2 84 


1 86 


6G 


55 


5 91 


James Young . . 






1 72 


1 13 


40 


33 


3 58 


Amos Webster Jr. . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


David Webster 3 rd . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


Daniel Hardy . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


Thorndike Hardy . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


Stephen Heseltine . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


Ebenezer Corning . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


Nathaniel Corning . 






78 


51 


18 


15 


1 62 


John M. Boyes . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


John Dickey Jr . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


David Young . . 






68 


45 


16 


13 


1 42 


Nathaniel Conant 






1 72 


1 13 


40 


33 


3 58 


Jonathan Heseltine 




. 2 63 


1 72 


61 


51 


5 47 


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Nathan Johnson ... 2 57 


1 68 


59 


49 


5.33 


David Dickey Ju 






. 1 46 


96 


33 


28 


3 03 


John Proctor 






. 3 17 


2 08 


73 


61 


6 59 


Phinehas Bailey 






. 2 86 


1 87 


66 


55 


5 94 


Aaron Seavey 






. 1 12 


74 


26 


21 


2 33 


Josiah Harden . 






88 


58 


20 


17 


1 83 


William Heseltine 






. 1 85 


1 21 


43 


36 


3 85 


Newell Marden . 






34 


23 


.8 


.7 


.72 


District No 6 










Jacob Whittcmore . . . 2 21 


1 45 


52 


43 


4.61 


Daniel Watts 




. . 3 38 


2 21 


78 


65 


7 02 


Joshua Blodgett . 




. . 1 00 


64 


23 


19 


2 06 


Margaret Garven 




. . 42 


28 


.9 


.8 


87 


Thomas Cheney . 




. . 2 01 


1 32 


46 


39 


4.18 


Recorded June 8 th 1824 by 
















Amos Weston J 


** Town Clerk 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss. 
To Israel Webster Collector of Taxes in the Town of Man- 
chester for the year 1824 — (Greeting) 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 197 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of New- 
hampshire to Levy and Collect of the several persons named 
in this taxbill the several sums respectively set against each 
of their names amounting in the whole to the sum of twenty- 
one Dollars and fifty eight Cents and you are to pay over the 
same to the treasurer of the Town of Manchester on or be- 
fore the second tuesday of March next ensuing you are to 
follow the directions of Law in levying and Collecting the 
same Given under our hands and seal at manehester the 21 
day of May 1824 
this shall be your sufficient warrant 

Amos Weston J m 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 

1824 2 I I 

Nonresident Taxbill g -g | 

Robert Parker half g g g 

Lott No 7 . . . 60 1.00 

Mathew Canidy farm 

and Buildings now 

occupied by Roger 

Stevens .... 60 500 1.30 .85 .30 .25 2.00 

Benjamin Baker one 

lott adjoining the 

Abbott farm & 1 

do being part of 

lott 7 50 80 21 14 .5 .4 32 

Sam'l Head Joining 

Ezra Kimballs 

farm 5 80 21 14 .5 .4 32 

Charles Cox J part 

Heseltine saw 

mill 26 17 6 5 40 

Mark Dutys Heirs 

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25 


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21 


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5 


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32 


Robert Nasmith near 
















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16 


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William Richardson 
















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8 


5 


2 


2 


12 


Barker of Andover 
















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Cohas brook . . 




60 


16 


11 


4 


3 


24 


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Saml Jacksons 




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8 


5 


2 


2 


12 


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75 


100 


26 


17 


6 


5 


40 


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8 


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21 


14 


5 


4 


32 


Adams & Redfield 
















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Greeleys .... 




60 


16 


11 


4 


3 


24 


Pearson Richardson . 


24 


30 


8 


5 


2 


2 


14 


Thomas Patterson Jr. 
















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Websters . . . 






1.04 


68 


24 


20 


160 


George M c Alister 
















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40 


10 


7 


3 


2 


16 


Johnson Chase hall 
















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30 


48 


13 


9 


4 


3 


20 


Dudley Porters house 
















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sters 




60 


16 


11 


4 


3 


24 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 199 



Samuel Taylor near 














Gilbert Greeley . 


12 


24 


8 


5 


2 


2 12 


Hnry and James 














Taylor near G. 














Greeleys . . . 


24 


48 


16 


11 


4 


3 24 


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part of lot . . . 36 


50 


80 


21 


14 


5 


4 32 


Adams & Dickey 














joining David Dick- 














eys farm . . . 


50 


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26 


17 


6 


5 40 


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joining David Dick- 














Dickeys farm . . 


8 


80 


21 


14 


5 


4 32 


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Amos Weston Jr. ' 


Town Clerk 



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Nonresident Inventory 

Robert Parker . 
Mathew Canidy 
Samuel Head . 
Benjamin Baker 
Charles Cox . . 
Mark Dutys Heirs 
Richard Dole 
Robert Nesmith 
Nathaniel Smith 
Benjamin Leach 
George Mentor . 
Jedidiah Morse 
John Emerson . 
Adams and Redfield 
Pearson Richardson 
Thomas Patterson Jr 
Adams & Dickey 
Robert Adams . 
George McAlister 
Johnson Chase . 
Dudley Porter . 
Samuel Taylor . 
Henry & James Taylor 
William Richardson 
Barker of Andover 
Thomas Jonah . . 

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Weston Junior Town Clerk 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To Israel Webster Collector of taxes for the Town of Man- 
chester in the year 1824 Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of said State to Levy 
and Collect of the several persons named in this list of Taxes 



EAELY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



209 



the sums affixed to each of their names respetively — And 
you are to pay to the Selectmen of the Town of Manchester 
sixty five Dollars on or before the 15 th day of August next 
— and one other sum of one hundred and ninteen Dollars 
and eighty five Cents on or before the 15 th day of Oct. next 
you are to pay to the said Selectmen which is the remainder 
of this list of Taxes and if any person or persons neglect or 
refuse to pay sd sums affixed to their names you are to fol- 
low the directions of of the Law in that Case made and pro- 
vided Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this 
sixth day of June A. D. 1824 







Amos Weston Jui 








Isaac Huse 








Selectmen 


School House tax District No 4 






D. C. 




D. C. 


Isaac Huse . . . 


17 57 


Aaron Clark . . . 


4 05 


John G. Webster . . 


1 25 


Grandison Morse 


4 42 


James M c Quistin 


6 44 


Jonathan Young . . 


9 57 


Amos Weston . . 


4 28 


Edward Young . . 


3 07 


Amos Weston jur . 


4 30 


Cyrus Young . . . 


1 20 


Archibald Gamble . 


16 00 


John Heseltine . . 


2 67 


Archibald Gamble 




Nathaniel Conant 


3 04 


jur 


3 98 


Jonathan Heseltine . 


4 65 


Thomas Gamble . . 


1 20 


John Dickey . . . 


4 05 


John Gamble . . . 


1 84 


Jonathan Dickey 


5 02 


Daniel Harris . . . 


3 30 


James Young . . . 


3 04 


Williard Harris . 


3 49 


Amos Webster jur . 


1 20 


John Webster . . . 


6 72 


David Webster 3 d . 


1 20 


Israel Webster . . 


9 11 


Daniel Hardy . . . 


1 20 


Joshua Webster . 


1 20 


Thorndike Hardy 


1 20 


Ebenezer Webster 


2 93 


Stephen Heseltine . 


1 20 


David Webster . . 


C l 75 


Eben r Corning . . 


1 20 


Amos Webster . . 


1 20 


Nathaniel Corning . 


1 38 


John Heseltine Jur . 


4 47 


John M. Boyes . . 


1 20 


Asa, Heseltine . . 


4 01 


John Dickey jur 


1 20 


Silas Heseltine . . 


2 07 


David Young . . . 


1 20 



210 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Reuben Sawyer . 


4 10 


Alexander Spiney 


. 1 38 


Reuben G Sawyer 


1 20 


Abel P. Corning . 


. 1 20 


Elijah Flint . . 


. 3 55 


Joseph Wescott . 


. 1 38 


Hugh Boyes . . 


5 39 






James Boyes . . 


1 20 






Benjamin Corning 


2 81 






Gilbert Greeley . 


6 03 






George Corning . 


2 54 







Amos Weston Jur Town Clerk 

— Sept 15 th 1824 Agreeably to a notification previously 
posted the inhabitants of the Town of Manchester met this 
day at their Meetinghouse for the purpose of appointing 
Jurors to attend at the superior Court to be holden at Am- 
herst on the first Tuesday of October next and Chose Israel 
Webster Moderator of the Meeting then Proceeded and drew 
from the Box Nathaniel Moore to serve as Grand Juror at 
said Court and, in like manner drew Israel Merrill to serve 
as Petit Juror the whole term of said Court 

A true Piecord Attest 

Amos Weston Jr. Town Clerk 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss. 
(LS) 

To John Gamble Constable for the Town of Manchester 
for the year 1824 Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the state of New- 
hampshire to notify and warn a Meeting of the inhabitants 
of the said Town of Manchester who are qualified to vote 
in the choice of Senators for the State Legislature to be held 
at the Meeting house in said Manchester on Monday the first 
day of November next at one O'clock P. M. to act on the 
following articles (Viz) 

1 st To Chose a Moderator to Govern said Meeting 

2 d To Vote by ballot for six persons duly qualified for 
Representatives of this state in the Congress of the United 
States agreeably to an act passed June 21 st A. D. 1792 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER 211 

3 d To Vote by ballot for eight persons not holding offices 
of profit or trust nnder the United States to be Electors of 
President and Vice President of the United states agreeably 
to an act passed June 14 th 1824 

and make due return of this warrant with your doings 
thereon unto the Town Clerk or in his absence to the select- 
men on or before the time of holding said meeting Given 
under our hands and seal at Manchester this fourteenth day 
of October in the year of our lord 1824 

Amos Weston ju 
, Isaac Huse 

Selectmen of Manchester 

Hillsborough ss. November 1 st 1824 

pursuant to the within warrant I have warned all the qual- 
ified voters in Manchester by posting a copy of the within 
warrant on the meeting house the 16 th of October last 

John Gamble Constable 

November Meeting Proceedings of — 1824 
At a meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of Manchester 
duly notified and holden at their meeting house on Monday 
the first day of November 1824 — Isaac Huse Esq was chosen 
moderator 

the following Votes were given in for Eepresentatives to 
Congress 

For Ichabod Bartlett ... 35 Votes 
Nehemiah Eastman . . 35 " 
Jonathan Harvey ... 35 " 

Titus Brown 31 " 

Joseph Healey .... 35 " 
Thomas Whipple Junr .35 " 
James Miller .... 4 " 
The following Votes were given in for Electors of Presi- 
dent and Vice President of the United States 

For Josiah Bartlett . . . . 31 Votes 

Abel Parker 31 " 

William Fisk .... 31 « 



212 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Hall Burgin 31 


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Amos Weston Jun Town Clerk 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborough, ss. 
(L. S) 

To John Gamble Constable for the Town of Manchester 
Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of said State to 
notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the Town 
of Manchester who are qualified to Vote in town affairs to 
be held at their Meeting house on monday the sixth day of 
December next at 2. o'clock P. M. for the following purposes 
(Viz) 

1 st To Chose a Moderator Moderator to Govern said meet- 
ing 

2 nd To hear the report and account of Capt. Joseph Moore 
Agent for the Town in opposing the contemplated road lead- 
ing from Hooksett through Manchester &c to Dracutt Bridge 

3 rd To see if the Town will Vote to discharge him the 
said agent from the duties of that office — and Chose another 
if it is thought necessary 

4 th To see what method the town will take to provide for 
the family of William Boyes — and make return of this 
warrant with your doings thereon unto us at the time of 
holding said meeting Given under our hands and seal this 
twentyeth day of November A. D. 1824 at Manchester 

the warrant was returned in common form 

Amos Weston Jur 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 

Recorded by 

Amos Weston Ju Town Clerk 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 213 

At a meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of Manchester 
duly notified and holden at their Meeting house on monday 
the sixth day of December 1824 Nathaniel Moore was Chosen 
moderator — On motion of Esq Stark the further consider- 
ation of the Second and third articles in the warrant were 
postponed to the next March Meeting — Voted to vendue 
Marjory Boyes to the lowest bidder together with her four 
children 

Marjory Boyes and her youngest child Mary was struck off 
to Amos Weston Jur at $1.30 per week Elenor Boyes was 
struck off to John Brown at 46 cents pr. week Alexander 
Boyes was struck off to John Young Jr at 47 cents per week 
Jonathan Boyes was struck off to Phinehas Bailey at 47 cents 
pr week — The Meeting was then Dissolved 

Recorded by 

Amos Weston Jur Town Clerk 

1825 

Warrant for March Meeting 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

(L. S.) 

To John Gamble Constable for the Town of Manchester 
for the year 1824 Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the state of New- 
hampshire to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants 
of the said Town of Manchester qualified to Vote in the 
choice of Senators for the State Legislature to be holden at 
the Meeting house in said Manchester on Tuesday the eighth 
day of March next at ten O'Clock A. M. to act on the follow- 
ing articles Viz 

1 st To Chose a moderator to Govern said meeting 

2 nd To chose a town clerk and the selectmen 

3 rd To Vote by ballot for Governor, Counsellor, Senator 
County treasurer and Register of Deeds 

4 th To Vote by ballot for one person for a representative 
of this state in the Congress of the United states 



214 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

5 th To Chose one person to represent this town in the 
General Court 

6 th To Chose all other town officers 

7 th To hear all Town accounts 

8 To see how much money the town will raise to pay town 
charges the present year 

9 th To see how much money the town will raise to repair 
highways the present year 

10 th To see what method the town will take to support 
their poor the present year 

11 th To see if the Town will vote to disannex Samuel Hall 
& Benjamin Stevens from School District No 2 and annex 
them to District No 1 

12 th To see if the town will vote to repair the meeting- 
house in any part — and in the warning and notification of 
said meeting you are to post a copy of this warrant at the 
meeting house fifteen days prior to the time of holding the 
same — and make return of this with your doings thereon 
to the Town Clerk or in his absence to the selectmen on 
or before the time of holding the same, Given under cur 
hands & seal at Manchester this seventeenth day of Febru- 
ary Anno Domini 1825 

This warrant was returned in common form by John 

Gamble Constable 

Amos Weston Jun 

Nath 1 Moore 

Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 

Proceedings of March Meeting 1825 

At an anual Town Meeting of the inhabitants of Man- 
chester duly notified and holden at the Meetinghouse in said 
Town on tuesday the eighth day of March A. D. 1825 

Nathaniel Moore was chosen Moderator 

Amos Weston Jun was chosen town Clerk and sworn 

Amos Weston Jr ) 

Isaac Huse & / were chosen selectmen and sworn 

Nathaniel Moore ) 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



215 



For Counsellor 



For Senator 



. 113 Votes 


. 108 votes 


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. 97 Votes 


. 13 


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. 114 Votes 


. 101 Votes 


. 13 



The meeting then proceeded to ballot for State and County 

officers and the Votes were as follows viz 

For Governor David L. Morril had . . . 

John Wallace Jun had 

Henry B. Chase . . . 

Thomas Chandler had . 

John Patee Jun . . . 

( John Folsom .... 

For County treasurer John Secombe had . 

-r^ -r. • . * -^ t ( Isaac Brooks had 
For Register of Deeds < ^ _, 

& / Ezra Prescott . 

For Representative to Congress 

Joseph Healey had 97 Votes 

Ezekiel Webster 17 

In place of Gen. James Miller who has declined Titus 

Brown had 114 Votes 

Frederick. G. Stark was chosen to represent this Town in 

the General Court 

Frederick. G. Stark was chosen Town treasurer and sworn 

— John Pay was chosen Constable and sworn 

The Selectmen were Chosen Fire wards 

The following persons were Chosen Surveyors of Highways 

and all sworn Viz 

John Stark Jun 

John Hall 

Moses Davis 

Samuel Hall 

Jonathan Dickey 

James Boyes 

David Dickey 

Jacob Whittemore 

John Brown 

Newell Marden 

John Stark 3 d George Clark and Ephraim Stevens Jur were 

chosen Tythingmen 

The Selectmen were chosen fence viewers 

John Gamble was chosen Clerk of the market 



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216 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Nathan Johnson was chosen Sealer of Lether 

Amos Weston jun was chosen Sealer of weights and meas- 
ures — The following persons were chosen Hogreeves (Viz) 
Joseph Young Patten Hall 

James Nutt Jun David Dickey 

Gilman Harvey ' John Young 

Silas Heseltine 

The following persons were chosen corders of wood 
Grandison Morse Joseph Moore 

Jacob Whittemore Frederick. G. Stark 

John Brown Samuel Hall 

The following persons were chosen surveyors of Lumber 
(Viz) 

Nathaniel Moore Frederick. G. Stark 

Benjamin Corning James Griffin 

John Babson sworn John Calfe 

Jonathan Heseltine 

Samuel Hall and Nathaniel Conant were chosen cullers of 
staves 

The following persons were chosen fish wards — (Viz) 
Cyrus Moore, Eeuben. G. Sawyer 

James Griffin Amos Webster Jur 

and Joshua Webster 
Daniel Hall was chosen pound keeper 
James M c Quisten and David Dickey were chosen cullers 
of Brick 

Voted to except the treasurers report which is herein after 
recorded 

Voted to chose a comittee to settle with the several Town 
treasurers that have not been settled with & also with the 
selectmen and and report at the adjournment of this meet- 
ing the committee were chosen as follows (Viz) 
Samuel Jackson 
Daniel Watts 
Israel Merrill 
Frederick. G. Stark & 
James Griffen 



EARLY RECORDS OF MAN CHESTER . 217 

Town Acootmts 1825 

Voted to allow Amos Westons Jun, account amount- 
ing to 27.36 

Voted to allow Isaac Huses account balance amount- 
ing to 23.30 

Voted to allow Nathaniel Moore account amounting 
to 12.50 

Voted to allow John Gambles account amounting 

to 2.00 

Voted that the selectmen order on Job Powell abating a 
certain part of Israel Merrils Highway taxe in his list for 
1819 be allowed to said Howell out of his highway tax this 
present year 

Voted to adjourn this meeting to meet on monday next 
at 1 o'clock P. M. the above vote was reconsidered and Voted 
to meet at this place on thursday the 17 th instant a one 0. 
Clock P. M. 

Thursday March 17 th 1825 Met according to adjournment 
the Moderator and Clerk present the moderator requested to 
be excused and James Griffen was chosen to act as Moder- 
ator 

Voted to allow Daniel Watts account amounting to $9.62 

Voted to allow Joseph Moore account 9.58 

Voted to allow Jacob Whittemore account " 1.00 

Voted to allow John Starks account amounting to 2.68 

the meeting then proceeded to act on the ninth article 

and Voted to raise one Dollar on a Poll to repair Highways 

& fifty cents on a Poll for a winter Tax to be worked Out if 

needed the meeting then proceeded to the 10 th article & Voted 

the Town Paupers be vendued and- struck off to the lowest 

Bidder it is understood that any Person Bidding off any of 

the paupers are if it is necessary to advertise them at the 

expense of the Town 

Mary Wilson was struck off to Joshua Blodgett at $27.25 
per year 



218 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Voted Joshua Blodgett keep Thomas Lancy & wife at 
12/per week 

Abigail Davis was struck off to James Nutt at $1.12 cents 
per week 

Elizabeth Cutler was struck off to Joseph B. Hall at 49 
cents per week 

Voted Marjory Boyes and her child may be put to seper- 
ate places — Marjory Boyes was struck off to Israel Merrill 
at 16 cents per week Mary Boyes was struck off to Nath 1 
Baker at 37 cents per week Elenor Boyes was struck off to 
Eeuben Sawyer at 48 per week Jonathan Boyes was struck 
off to Peter Young at 42 cents per week 

Alexander Boyes was struck off to John Young at 26 per 
week 

Licences for the Year 1825 



Manchester March 12 th 1825 
We the undersigned Selectmen of Manchester do hereby 
grant Licence to Samuel Jackson to sell Spirituous liquors 
at his dwelling house & store for and during the term of one 
year from date 

Amos Weston Jur 
Isaac Huse 
Selectmen of Manchester 
Recorded March 12 th 1825 by 

Amos Weston Jun Town Clerk 

Manchester March 17 th 1824 
We the subscribers do Licence Elisha Quimby to keep a 
tavern at his dwelling house in Manchester for the term of 

one year from the above date 

Amos Weston Jun 
Nath 1 Moore 

Selectmen 
Recorded March 19 — 1825 by 

Amos Weston Jur Town Clerk 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 219 

We hereby Licence David "Webster Jun. to sell spirituous 
and mixed Liquors at his dwelling house in Manchester for 
and during the term of one year from the present date April 
4 — 1825 

Amos Weston Jun 
Nath 1 Moore 

Selectmen 
Recorded April 10 th 1825 by 

Amos Weston Jun Town Clerk 

Manchester April 4 th 1825 
We hereby Licence Nathaniel Moore to sell spirituous and 
mixed Liquors at his dwelling house in Manchester for and 
during the term of one year from the present date 

Amos Weston Jun 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 
Recorded April 10 th 1825 by 

Amos Weston Jun Town Clerk 

Manchester May 28 th 1825 
We the subscribers hereby Licence Franklin Moore to retail 
spirituous liquors at his store in Manchester for and during 
the term of one year from the present date 

Amos Weston Jr 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 
Recorded May 28, 1825 by 

Amos Weston Jun Town Clerk 

Proceedings of March Meeting Continued 

the report of the comittee appointed to settle with the 
several Town treasurers and also with the Selectmen was then 
read and Excepted 

Voted to raise three hundred Dollars to pay Town charges 
the present year 

Voted Samuel Hall and Benjamin Stevens be disannexed 
from School District No 2 and annexed to District No 1 

Voted to dismiss the twelfth article in the warrant 



220 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Voted to allow F. G. Starks account amounting to 6.75 

Voted Sam 1 Jackson, Israel Merrill, Daniel Watts & James 
Griffen be allowed for their services as committee men $2.50 
each 

the collectorship was then set up and was struck off to 
James Nutt at $3.49 cents on one hundred Dollars for col- 
lecting & was chosen accordingly 

Voted that the collector Settle with the treasurer and pay 
over the Balance of his taxbill if any due on or before the 
first day of March 1826 or be liable to be extented by the said 
treasurer 

The meeting was then Dissolved 

The Treasurer for the Town Manchester for the year 1824 
Eespectfully asks leave to make the following Report 

That there appears to be a balance due from John 
Young Collector for the year 1819 11.71 

The account with Mr. Young also shews payments 
made to the treasurer exclusive of Town Orders 
amounting to 35.68 

which it is believed has never been accounted for by 
the treasurer 

There appears to be a balance due to John Dwinell 
collector for the year 1820 — of — 32.21 

and payments made by him in cash to the amount 
of 56.00 

making 88.21 
which remains in the hands of the Treasurer for that year 

unaccounted for 

The account with John Dwinel collector for the year 1821 
shews a balance due from him of — 7.01 — but it also appears 
from a certificate in the hands of the Treasurer that seven 
dollars and three cents in cash was paid by him and not 
credited which if credited would nearly balance the account 



said sum of 7.03 is therefor in the hands of the Treasurer 
for that year unaccounted for 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 221 

Peter Young Collector for the year 1822 — has paid in 
Orders the sum of 465.77 and five Dollars in cash making 
470.77 the amount of Town taxes that year was 592.59 — so 
that the sum of — 121.82 — remains due from him 

Israel Webster Collector for the year 1823 has paid in Or- 
ders the sum of 362.46 — and the amount of Town Taxes 
that year was 602.46 — so that a balance is due from him of 
240.00 in that years list 

Israel Webster Collector for the year 1824 has made no pay- 
ments towards that years tax and the whole sum amounting 
to 575.60 — is this day due from him 

Recapitulation 

Due from the Collector for 1819 11.71 

from the Treasurer of that year .... 35.68 

from the Treasurer of 1820 88.21 

from the Treasurer of 1821 7.03 

from the Collector of 1822 121.82 

from the Collector of 1823 240.00 

from the Collector of 1824 575.60 

making the sum of 1080.05 
To which may be added the sum of 24.34 

which is in the hands of the present treasurer 

which will make 1104.39 

which is now to the Town 

I have not the means of Knowing precisely the amount 
oweing by the Town — but am inclined to think that if the 
above accounts are seasonable settled and the balance prompt- 
ly paid — the Town will be enabled to pay all the demands 
existing against it and to have a considerable balance in the 
Treasury — but in order to effect this purpose — two things 
appear to me to be necessary 

First Chose a suitable Committee to settle with all former 
Treasurers 



222 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Second instruct the Treasurer for the ensuing year to call 
upon all delinquent collectors to settle up their Lists 

thes two propositions if completely carried into effect will 
soon remidy a growing evil — and place the fiscal concerns 
of the town in its proper state 

During the last year I have received the interest on the 
note given by Jonas Harvey and others for Town land up to 
January 3 r 1825 — amounting to 39.86 — and also interest 
on a part of that sum on account of its not having been paid 
in due season 40 cents I have also rec d of Collector Dwinel 
a balance of 1.76 and of Peter Young 5 Dollars — making 
in all = 47.02 and have paid the Selectmens Order to James. 
S. Mace for teaching school in District No 1 . . 22.68 



leaving a balance in my hands of 24.34 

which is subject to Order 

All which is respectfully submitted by 

Frederick. G. Stark Treasurer 
Manchester March 8 th 1825 
Eecorded by 

Amos Weston Jun Town Clerk 

1825 

The Comittee appointed to examine the accounts between 
the town of Manchester and those persons having accounts 
unsettled and make report thereof at an adjourned Meeting 
to holden on thursday the 17 th of March instant — hav- 
ing attended to the duties of said appointment do report as 
follows (Viz) 

There appears to be due from Israel Webster Collector of 
taxes (after allowing the premium for Collection) on his List 
for the year 1823 the sum of $213.32 

Also from same on his List for 1824 

after allowing for collection 



making $777.41 
The balance due from Peter Young Collector . 
allowing his bill for Collection is 



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EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 223 

On examination of the account of Col. Nathaniel Moore 
Treasurer for 1819 & 1820 we found a balance of 103.73 due 
and he has this day discharged himself from a part of said 
sum by Orders amounting to $98.45 leaving a balance re- 
maining due of 5.28 

The balance remaining in the hands of the "1 
present treasurer amounts to I 

The following notes in favour of the Town 
remain unpaid in the hands of the Town Clerk 

One note against Israel Webster Dated March 1 
12 th 1822 $8.60 — add int. 1.55 making J 10 ' 15 

One note siged Ezekiel S. Merrill and James \ 
M c Quisten dated March 18 th 1820 including in- > 
terest to this time amounts to ) 16.57 

one note against Daniel Harwood dated 



April 3 r 1820 $5.00 int. 1.48 equaled to 

one note against Nath 1 Merril dated Feby 20 ] 
1821 1.17 >■ 

add int. 36 J 1.53 



34.73 



$889.66 
Amount in favor of the Town brought forward 889.66 
One note signed by Luke Hall dated March 9 th 
1825 for 56.47 add interest 08 making the sum of 56.55 

$946.21 
The Town are indebted to sundry persons as follows (Viz) 

Due to Robert Gilmore balance of note 22.11 

Due to Capt. Joseph Moore balance of note about . 36.07 

Due to Capt. I. Merrill balance of note about . . 120.00 
Due to Hugh Bartley on note about 65.00 

$243.18 
The amount of Orders drawn on th Treasurer 
which have not been cancelled appears by the rec- 
ord to be 277.91 



224 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

There appears to be due to the school Districts 
for which Orders have not been drawn about . . 130.00 

In the settlemen with Isaac Huse Esq he has 
filed in an account which appears to be well 
vouched and correctly cast and exibits a balance 
due to him of 1.26 and the committee are of Opin- 
ion that this account Ought to be allowed and 
passed and settled after the above mentioned bal- 
ance is pd 1.26 



652.35 



Balance 293.86 
Esq Huse has also exibited two other accounts one for 
supplies furnished 

Theophilus Griffen & another for a balance of a former 
account & interest & c which the Comittee recommend him 
to lay before the Town as they do not wish to decide upon 
them 

In the settlement with Capt. Joseph Moor treasurer for 
1821 we found a balance due from him of $6.78 which he 
this day endorsed on a note he holds a'gainst the Town 
All which is respectfully submitted by 

Samuel Jackson 
for the Committee 
Manchester March 17 — 1825 
Recorded by 

Amos "Weston Jun Town Clerk 



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EAELY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 235 

State of New Hampshire Hillsborough ss. 

To James Nutt Collector of taxes in Manchester for the 
year — 1825 Greeting 

Yon are hereby required in the name of the state of New- 
hampshire to levy and Collect of the several persons named 
in this Taxbill the several sums of Money affixed to each of 
their names respectively and You are to pay to the Treas- 
urer of the County of Hillsborough on or before the first 
day of September next the Sum of fifty three Dollars and 
sixty nine Cents and like wise to pay to the Treasurer of the 
Town of Manchester on or before the first day of October 
next the sum of two hundred Dollars — and Likewise to 
pay to said Treasurer of Manchester the remainder of this 
taxbill amounting to three hundred and fifty four Dollars 
and eighty nine cents on or before the first day of March 
1826 — and you are to follow the directions of the Law in 
levying and collecting the same — and this shall be your 
sufficient warrant 

given under our hands and seal at Manchester this twenty- 
seventh day of May 1825 

Amos Weston Jun 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 

We hereby Licence Frederick. G. Stark to keep a Tavern 
and to retail spirituous and mix d Liquors at his house and 
store in Manchester, one year from this first day of April — 

1825 

Amos Weston Jun 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 
Recorded by 

Amos Weston Jun Town Clerk 



236 MANCHESTER HISTORIC 


COLLECTIONS. 




1825 










School District N° 7 












Town Tax 


School 


County 


Amount 


Ezra Kimball 


2 83 


1 87 


46 


5 16 


Samuel Kimball . . . 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Nathan Kimball . . , 


1 67 


1 11 


27 


3 65 


John Emerson .... 


1 65 


1 09 


26 


3 00 


John Stark Jun .... 


4 85 


3 23 


81 


8 89 


Archibald Stark .... 


1 09 


73 


19 


2 01 


Samuel Stark Jun . . , 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Amos Kimball . . . 


4 93 


3 29 


82 


9 04 


Matthew Kennedy . . . 


1 87 


1 23 


30 


3 40 


Abbott Saltmarch . . 


96 


64 


16 


1 76 


Roger Stevens . . . 


73 


48 


12 


1 33 


John Stark .... 


4 45 


2 97 


72 


8 14 


Samuel Stark . . . 


90 


59 


14 


1 63 


John Stark 3 r . . . 


2 82 


1 86 


46 


5 14 


Nehemiah Porter . . 


73 


48 


12 


1 33 


District N° 1 










John Ray 


4 19 


2 78 


70 


7 67 


James Clark .... 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


George Clark . . . 


4 22 


2 80 


70 


7 72 


Frederick G Stark . . 


4 56 


3 04 


76 


8 36 


Patten Hall .... 


. 1 54 


1 03 


26 


2 83 


Moses Hall .... 


73 


48 


12 


1 33 


Grardus. B. Stark . . 


73 


48 


12 


1 33 


John Babson . . . 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Wido Betsey Kidder . 


. 1 41 


92 


23 


2 56 


Heirs of Sam 1 P. Kidder 


. 1 04 


69 


17 


1 90 


William P. Harwood . 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


John Langley . . . 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


James Ray .... 


. 1 62 


1 09 


27 


2 98 


Charles Blodgett . . 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Hazen Davis . . . 


1 36 


89 


22 


2 47 


Andrew French . . 


73 


48 


12 


1 33 


Job Rowell .... 


. 3 46 


2 31 


58 


6 35 


Daniel Rowell . . . 


99 


66 


16 


1 81 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



237 



John Harwood . 


. 






63 




42 


11 


1 61 


John Hall . . . 




. 1 


79 


1 


18 


3 


3 27 


Nathaniel Merril Jr 




. 1 


23 




82 


20 


2 25 


Israel Young . . 




. 1 


35 




86 


22 


2 43 


Philip Stevens . . 




. 3 


56 


2 


37 


59 


6 52 


Henry E Barrett . 




. 1 


89 


1 


24 


31 


3 44 


Samuel Hall . . . 




. 4 


17 


2 


77 


70 


7 64 


Benjamin Stevens . 




. 2 


73 


1 


81 


46 


5 00 


District N° 2 












Moses Davis 3 


06 


2 


04 


51 


5 61 


Alpheus Stevens 




. 1 


19 




78 


20 


2 17 


Richard Young . . 




. 1 


19 




78 


20 


2 17 


Ephraim Stevens . 




. 1 


09 




73 


18 


2 00 


Ephraim Stevens Jun 




. 4 


29 


2 


84 


71 


7 84 


Thomas Hardy . . 




. 2 


53 


1 


69 


42 


4 64 


Joseph Young . . 




3 


12 


2 


08 


52 


5 72 


Isaac Farmer . . 




1 


24 




82 


20 


2 26 


John Young Jun . 




. 1 


68 


1 


12 


28 


3 08 


Daniel Young . . 






63 




42 


11 


1 16 


Jonathan Young Jun 






96 




64 


16 


1 76 


James. H. Saunders 






73 




48 


12 




Daniel Hall . . . 




3 


18 


2 


11 


53 


1 33 


Samuel Jackson 






3 


80 


2 


50 


62 


6 92 


John Dwinell 






1 


20 




80 


20 


2 20 


Elisha Quimby . 






2 


64 


1 


76 


44 


4 84 


Joseph B. Hall . 






1 


62 


1 


08 


28 


2 98 


Hezekiah Young 






4 


02 


2 


68 


67 


7 37 


Nathaniel Baker 






1 


98 


1 


32 


33 


3 63 


John. G. Brown 






2 


53 


1 


69 


42 


4 64 


Israel Brown 








73 




48 


12 


1 33 


Ezekiel. S. Merrill 








73 




48 


12 


1 33 


John Griffon 








63 




42 


11 


1 16 


Daniel Corning . 






2 


05 


1 


37 


34 


3 76 


Joshua Corning Jui 


i 






99 




ee 


16 


1 81 


Nathaniel Merrill 








96 




64 


16 


1 76 


Josiah Perry . . 








73 




48 


12 


1 33 


David Stevens . 








73 




48 


12 


1 33 



238 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Robert Hall . . 
District No 3 
James Nutt . . 
James Nutt Jun 
James GrifTen 
John Brown . 
Rodney Hadley 
Hibcrt Stevens 
Joseph Andrus 
David Webster Jun 
Franklin Webster 
Viranns Webster 
Joseph Moore 
Nathaniel Moore 
Jesse Johnson 
Samuel Brown 
John Calfe 
Russel Moore 
Gilman Moore 
Cyrus Moore . 
Betsey Moore 
Reuben Moore 
David Dickey 
Vv 7 illiam Dickey 
Samuel Boyes 
John Young . 
Peter Young 
Peter Emerson 
James Emerson 
Jacob Brown 
Jonas Harvey 
Gilman Harvey 
Israel Merrill 
George E GrifTin 
Franklin Moore 
Richard Dole 
William Snow 



48 



32 



S8 



3 36 


2 


23 


56 


6 15 


2 75 


1 


83 


46 


5 04 


2 63 


1 


75 


44 


4 82 


2 14 


1 


42 


35 


3 91 


73 




48 


12 


1 33 


63 




42 


11 


1 16 


2 55 


1 


70 


43 


4 68 


3 87 


2 


58 


64 


7 09 


63 




42 


11 


1 16 


63 




42 


11 


1 16 


.1 90 


7 


93 


1 98 


21 81 


6 14 


4 


09 


1 02 


11 25 


86 




56 


14 


1 56 


1 86 


1 


34 


31 


3 51 


2 12 


1 


41 


35 


3 88 


99 




66 


16 


1 81 


63 




42 


11 


1 16 


1 85 


1 


22 


30 


3 37 


35 




22 


06 


63 


1 11 




74 


19 


2 04 


4 36 


2 


90 


70 


7 96 


76 




50 


12 


1 38 


63 




42 


11 


1 16 


2 70 


1 


80 


45 


4 95 


2 70 


1 


80 


45 


4 95 


3 12 


2 


08 


52 


5 72 


63 




42 


11 


1 16 


73 




48 


12 


1 33 


6 51 


4 


34 


1 09 


11 94 


63 




42 


11 


1 16 


6 42 


4 


28 


1 07 


11 77 


63 




42 


11 


1 16 


63 




42 


11 


1 16 


30 




19 


05 


54 


73 




48 


12 


1 33 



EAELY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



239 



School District N° 4 












Amos Weston Jim ... 2 60 


1 73 


43 


4 76 


Amos Weston 






. 2 27 


1 50 


38 


4 15 


James M c Quistin 






. 3 71 


2 46 


62 


6 79 


Isaac Huse . . 






. 9 17 


6 11 


1 53 


16 81 


John. G. Webster 






99 


66 


16 


1 81 


John Haseltine . 






. 1 54 


1 03 


26 


2 83 


Stephen Heseltine 






63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Jonathan Young 






. 4 95 


3 30 


83 


9 08 


Edward Younej . 

o 






. 1 47 


98 


25 


2 70 


Cyrus Young 






99 


66 


16 


1 81 


Jonathan Young 3 r< 


i 




63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Grandison Morse 






. 2 48 


1 65 


41 


4 54 


Aaron Clark . . 






. 2 02 


1 35 


34 


3 71 


Ebenezer Corning 






63 


42 


11 


1 16 


George Corning . 






. 1 08 


72 


18 


1 98 


Nathaniel Corning 






. 1 20 


80 


20 


2 20 


David Corning . 






38 


25 


06 


69 


Michael Whitten 






63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Silas Heseltine . 






. 1 11 


74 


19 


2 04 


Eeuben Sawyer . 






. 2 12 


1 41 


35 


3 88 


Reuben. G. Sawyer 






63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Hugh Boyes . . 






4 16 


2 77 


69 


7 62 


James Boyes . . 






63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Hazen Boyes 






63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Nathaniel Conant " 






. 1 31 


86 


22 


2 39 


James Young 






. 1 86 


1 24 


31 


3 41 


Elijah Flint . . 






. 1 86 


1 24 


31 


3 41 


Benjamin Corning 






1 40 


93 


23 


2 56 


Gilbert Greeley . 






. 3 44 


2 29 


57 


6 30 


John Heseltine Jun 






. 2 38 


1 58 


39 


4 35 


Asa Heseltine 






. 2 28 


1 52 


38 


4 18 


Amos Webster . 






73 


48 


12 


1 33 


Ebenezer Webster 






1 44 


96 


24 


2 64 


Amos Webster Jun 






. 1 01 


67 


17 


1 85 


David Webster . 






83 


54 


14 


1 51 


David Webster 3 rd 






73 


48 


12 


1 33 



240 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Israel Webster . . . . 


5 20 


3 45 


86 


9 51 


Joshua Webster . . . . 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


John Webster . . . . 


3 04 


2 10 


52 


5 66 


Daniel Harris . . . . 


1 92 


1 28 


32 


3 52 


Willard Harris . . . . 


1 90 


1 26 


31 


3 47 


Archibald Gamble . . , 


8 69 


5 79 


1 45 


15 93 


Archibald Gamble Jun . 


2 43 


1 62 


41 


4 46 


Thomas Gamble . . 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


John Gamble . . . . 


1 34 


89 


28 


2 53 


Samuel Gamble . . . 


63 


42 


1,1 


1 16 


Jonathan Heseltine 


2 36 


1 56 


39 


4 31 


Jonathan Dickey . . 


2 50 


1 67 


42 


4 59 


John Dickey .... 


2 32 


1 53 


38 


4 23 


John Dickey J™ . . 


88 


58 


14 


1 66 


District No 5 










Nathan Johnson . . 


. 2 43 


1 62 


41 


4 46 


David Dickey Jun . . 


1 36 


90 


22 


2 48 


Isaac Stevens .... 


73 


48 


12 


1 33 


John Proctor . . . 


. 3 08 


2 05 


51 


5 64 


Edward Proctor . . . 


63 


42 


11 


1 16 


Phinehas Bayley . . 


. 2 43 


1 62 


41 


4 46 


Aaron Seavey . . . 


. 1 20 


80 


20 


2 20 


Newell Marden . . . 


. 1 28 


85 


21 


2 34 


William Heseltine . . 


. 1 49 


99 


25 


2 73 


District N° 6 










Jacob Whittemore . . 


. 2 40 


1 60 


40 


4 40 


Daniel Watts .... 


. 3 32 


2 20 


55 


6 07 


Joshua Blodett . . . 


. 1 18 


78 


20 


2 16 


Thomas Cheney . . . 


. 2 07 


1 38 


35 


3 80 


Widow Margaret Garven 


40 


26 


6 


72 


William Fling . . . 


10 


07 


2 


19 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss. 

To James Nutt Collector of Taxes in Manchester the year 
1825 Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the state of New- 
hampshire to Levy and collect of the several persons named 



EAULY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 241 

in this taxbill the several sums set against each of their 
names respectively amounting in the whole to the sum of 
fourteen Dollars and seventeen cents which sum you are to 
pay to the Treasurer of the Town of Manchester on or before 
the first Day of March — 1826 — and you are to follow the 
directions of the law in levying and collecting the same and 

this shall be your warrant 

given under our hands and seal at Manchester this twenty 
eighth day of May A. D. 1825 

Amos Weston Jun 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 

Nonresident tax bill 1825 

Sam 1 Head Hooksett ad- 
journing Ezra Kimball 
farm 5 80 20 13 3 32 

Benj n Baker of bedford 1 
lot joining the Abbott 
farm part 7 50 1.00 .25 .16 .4 40 

Nath 1 Smith Londonderry 
land lying near Eben r 
Comings 15 60 15 10 3 24 

Benj n Leach Londonderry 
J- part of a meadow lot 
joining Capt. Merrils 
meadow 30 8 5 1 12 

W m Eichardson London- 
derry i part meadow lot 
joining the above ... 30 8 5 1 12 

Barker of Andover, Mass. 
\ part of a meadow lot 
adjoining the above . . 60 16 10 2 24 

Jedidiah Morse of Charles- 
town Mass. one lot ... 40 75 1.00 25 16 4 40 

Johnson Chase one half lot 34 40 .50 13 8 3 20 

Dudley Porter house Occu- 
pied by Abel P. Corning . 60 15 10 3 24 



242 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Adams & Redfield L. Derry 

house near Gilbert Gree- 

leys GO 15 10 3 24 

George Meritor do wood lot 

near Semuel Jacksons . 40 10 7 2 16 

John Emerson do pasture 

land joining Jonathan 

Young farm .... 80 20 13 3 32 

Thomas Patterson Jr. do 

sawmill near Israel Web- 

sters 72 48 12 120 

Charles Cox — do — J part 

of the Heseltine sawmill 

so called 24 16 4 40 

Adams & Dickey do land 

joining Dickeys David 

farm 50 120 30 19 5 48 

Robert Adams do Pasture 

land joining do — . . . 80 20 13 3 32 

George M c Alister do mead- 
ow lot on the Coos brook . 40 10 7 2 16 
Sam 1 Taylor do land near 

Gilbert Greeleys ... 24 6 4 1 10 

Henry & James Taylor do 

near or joining the above 48 12 8 2 20 

Benj u Baker part of a farm 

lately owned by Nath 1 

Baker deceased .... 200 48 32 8 80 

Sept 22 nd 1825 Agreeable to a notification previously posted 
the inhabitants of the Town of Manchester Met this day for 
the purpose of chosing Jurors to attend the Superior Court 
to be holden at Amherst on the first Tuesday of October 
next — and chose Ephraim Stevens Jr Moderator of the 
meeting — then proceeded and drew from the Box Samuel 
Jackson to serve as Grand Juror and in like manner drew 
David Dickey to serve as a petit Juror the first week and 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 243 

Amos Weston Jun to serve as a petit Juror the second week 
of the said Court 
Eecorded By 

Amos Weston Jun. Town Clerk 

February 4 th 1826 Agreeable to a notification previously 
posted the inhabitants of the Town of Manchester met this 
day at their Meetinghouse for the purpose of appointing a 
petit Juror to attend the Court of Common pleas to be holden 
at Amherst on the second Tuesday of Feby instant and 
Chose Elisha Quimby moderator of the meeting then pro- 
ceeded and drew from the Box Ephraim Stevens Jun. to 
serve as a petit Juror the whole term of the above named 
Court 

Amos Weston Jun. Town Clerk 

1825 December 12 th Be it remembered that we the sub- 
scribers Selectmen of Chester and Manchester have this day 
perambulated the line between the aforesaid Towns as follows 
(viz) begining at a pitch pine tree N° 134 with sundry let- 
ters on it and stones about it being the southwest bounds of 
Chester and the S. E. bounds of Manchester and northerly 
bounds of Londonderry thence north 2° west to a large stone 
on the highway near Farnum's marked L so on the same 
course to the pond and the same course over the pond thence 
we — began again at the north side of the bay at a large 
yellow Oak thence the same course to Londonderry turnpike 
a stone Marked C./M. thence on the same course by sundry 
marked trees to the northeast corner of Manchester a stake 
and heap of stones about it and sundry marked trees around 
the same 

Nathan Knowles 
Walter Morse 

Selectmen of Chester 
Amos Weston J w 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen of Manchester 
Eecorded by 

Amos Weston Jur Town Clerk 



2-44 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

1825 December 22 nd Be it remembered that we the sub- 
scribers selectmen of the Towns of Hooksett and Manchester 
have this day perambulated the lines betwee said Towns as 
follows (Viz) begining at a stake and heap of stones with 
sundry trees marked around them being the south east cor- 
ner of Hooksett and northeast corner of Manchester and 
northwest corner of Chester thence north 68. Degrees west 
by sundry marked trees to the south west corner of Hooksett 
a heap of stones marked M./B. with trees marked around 
them being a little south west of Bays pond or meadow thence 
north 2° west by sundry marked trees which we have re- 
newed one chop or cut to the highway near Kimballs a 
stone marked L thence on the same course by the bounds of 
Lot N° 106 to Marrimac rever a stake an stones 

Daniel Sawyer 
Thomas Taggart 

Selectmen of Hooksett 
Amos Weston Jur 
Nathaniel Moore 

Selectmen of Manchester 
Recorded by 

Amos Weston Jur Town Clerk 

Licences for 1826 

We the subscribers Selectmen of Manchester hereby licence 
Silas Heseltine to sell spirituous Liquors at his dwelling 
house in Manchester for and during the term of one year 
from this date. 

Manchester March 8 1826 

Amos Weston J r 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 
Recorded March 8 th 1826 

By Amos Weston Jun Town Clerk 

Manchester March 11 th 1826 
We the subscribers Selectmen of Manchester hereby grant 
Samuel Jackson liberty to retail Spiritous Liquors at his 



EAKLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 245 

Dwelling house in Manchester for and during the term of 
one year from this date 

Amos Weston Jun 
Isaac Huse 

Selectmen 
Recorded March 11 th 1826 by 

Amos Weston Jun Town Clerk 

Manchester March 15th 1826 
We herby Licence David Webster Jr to keep a Tavern at 
his house in Manchester one year from this date — Liable 
however to be revoked by the Selectmen on Sufficient com- 
plaint 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Israel Merrill 
James M c Questcn 

Selectmen 
Eecorded March 16. 1826 

Franklin Moor T. Clerk 

Manchester March 15. 1826 
We hereby licence Nathaniel Moor to keep a Tavern at his 
house in Manchester one year subject however to be revoked 
"by the Selectmen on sufficient complaint 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Israel Merrill 
Recorded March 18. 1826 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 

Manchester April 15 th 1826 
We hereby licence Fridreck G. Stark to keep a Tavern 
and to sell spiritus Liquors at his House and store in Man- 
chstr one year from this date unless sooner forbidden by the 
Selectmen 

Israel Merrill 
James M c Questen 

Selectmen 
Eecorded May 3 rd 1826 



246 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

1826 
Warrant for March Meeting 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 
L. S. 

To John Ray Constable for the Town of Manchester 
Greeting 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of New- 
hampshire to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants 
of the Town of Manchester who are qualified to vote in the 
choise of Senator for the State Legislatour to be holden at 
the Meetinghouse in said Manchester on Tuesday the four- 
teenth day of March next at ten 0. Clock A. M. for the fol- 
lowing purposes (Viz) 

1 st to choose a Moderator to govern said meeting 

2 nd to choose a Town clerk and Selectmen 

3 rd to vote by ballot for Governor. Counsellor, Senator, 
County Treasurer and Register of deeds 

4 th To Choose one man to Represent this Town in the 
General Court 

5 th To choose all other Town officers 

6 th To hear all Town accounts and allow or disallow the 
same 

7 th To see how much money the Town will raise to pay 
Town charges the ensuing year 

8 th To see what sum of money they will raise to repair the 
Highways the ensuing year 

9 th To see if the Town will vote to straighten the road 
from Perhams Bridge to or near Amos Westons and lay out 
the same road from or near said Westons to the meeting 
house in as straight a direction as good ground will admit of 

10 th To see if the Town will vote to disannex Archibald 
Gamble and his family from School District No 4 and annex 
them to N° 2 by request of Archibald Gamble Jr 

11 th To see if the Town will lay out and open a road from 
John Youngs house to or near the Humphry Brook Brige 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 247 

12 th To see if the Town will vote to widen and straighten 
the road leading from Amoskeag Bridge to Londonderry Line 
in a direction to Pautucket Bridge 

13 th To see if the Town will vote to lay out a road from 
Widow Betsy Moor to Merrimack Eiver at Moors Ferry 

14 th To see if the Town will vote to raise a sum of money 
to repair the Meeting house and if any how much 

15 th To see what method the Town will take to support 
their paupers the ensuing year and in the warning and noti- 
fication of said Meeting you are to give notice fifteen days 
by posting a copy of this warrant at the Meeting house and 
make due return of this Warrant with your doeings thereon 
to the Town Clerk or in his absence to the Selectmen on or 
before the time of holding the same 

Given under our hands and seal this twenty eighth day 
of February Anno Domini 1826 

Amos Weston Jr 
Isaac Huse 
Nath 1 Moor 

Selectmen 

Hillsborough ss I have Notified and warned said meet- 
ing by posting on the Meeting house a true copy of the within 
warrant as the law requirs 

John Eay Constable 

PROCEEDING'S OF MARCH MEETING 1826 

At an annual Meeting of the Town of Manchester duly 
notified and holden at the Meetinghouse on Tuesday the 14 th 
day of March 1826 Ephraim Stevens Jun was chosen Moder- 
ator and Franklin Moor was chosen Town Clerk and sworn 
Fredrick G. Stark, Israel Merrill and James M c Questen were 
chosen Selectmen and sworn 

For Governor David L. Morrill had .... 72 votes 
" " Benjamin Pierce " .... 43 do 

For Counsellor John Wallace Jun had . . . 115 votes 

which were all the votes that were cast for 
Counsellor 



248 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

For Senator Thomas Chandler had .... 72 votes 

John Folsom had 43 votes 

For County Treasurer John Secomhe had . . 115 
For Eegister of Deeds Isaac Brooks had ... 79 
Ezra Prescott had . . 36 
Isaac Huse was chosen Eepresentative 
Amos Weston Jr was chosen Town Treasurer and sworn 
Voted that the Selectmen be fire wards 
John Eay was chosen constable and subsequently sworn 
The following persons were then chosen Surveyors of High- 
ways (viz) 

for District No 1 Archibald Stark 

No 2 George Clark sworn 
No 3 Thomas Hardy sworn 
No 4 Hesekiah Young sworn 
No 5 Willard Harris sworn 
No 6 John G Webster sworn 
No 7 Peter Young sworn 
No 8 Joseph Moor sworn 
No 9 John G Brown 
No 10 John Proctor sworn 
Nathaniel Moor and John Eay were chosen Tythingmen 
Voted that the Selectmen be fence viewers 
John Stark was chosen Clerk of the Market 
John Young was chosen Sealer of Leather 
Fredrick G Stark was chosen sealer of weights and meas- 
ures 

The following were chosen Hogreeves Viz 
John Calfe William Dickey 

Samuel Brown Isaac Farmer 

Hazen Davis John G Brown 

George Corning Asa Haseltine 

The following persons were chosen surveyers of wood 
James M c Questen sworn Philip Stevens 

Samuel Hall John Brown sworn 

Daniel Watts sworn James Young sworn 

Nath 1 Moor sworn Amos Weston Jr sworn 



EABLY BECOEDS OF MANCHESTER. 249 

Grandison Morse sworn 

The following persons were chosen surveyers of lumber 
Joseph Moor Nathaniel Moor sworn 

James Griffin sworn Jacob Brown sworn 

Fredrick G Stark sworn 

The following persons were chosen Cullers of Staves 
Nathaniel Conant Patten Hall 

Samuel Hall sworn Joshua Webster 

The following persons were chosen field drivers (viz) 
Jonas Harvey Ebenezer Corning 

the following persons were chosen fish wards (viz) 
Samuel Brown Joshua Blodget 

John Dickey sworn Hesekiah Young 

Job Eowell sworn Jonas Harvey sworn 

Samuel Jackson was chosen Pound Keeper 

Granderson Morse and David Dickey were chosen cullers 
of brick 

Town Accounts 

Voted to allow Isaac Huse's on his account for 

services as Selectman 13.50 

Voted to allow Nathaniel Moors account for ser- 
vices as Selectmen 11.84 

Voted to allow Isaac Huse as extra expence . . .75 

Voted to allow Nath 1 Moor extra .75 

Voted to allow Amos Jr for services as Town 

Clerk four dollars 4.00 

Voted to allow Israel Merrills for keeping Mrs. 

Boyes 1.00 

Voted to allow Fredrick G Stark on a/c ... 19.00 

Voted to allow George Clark his a/c 6.41 

Voted to allow F & R Moore account .... 7.43 

Voted to allow Capt Amos Westons a/c .... 4.00 
Voted to allow Joseph Moors amount for services 
rendered as agent to oppose the laying out a road 
through Manchester &c 157.05 



250 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Voted to allow Amos Weston's Jun amount for 
services as Selectman 13.80 

Voted to allow Joseph Moors account for plank 
to repair briges 5.84 

Voted to adjourn this Meeting till tomorrow at 
one of the Oclock P. M. 

Met according to adjournment and 

Voted to allow John Young his account . . . 4.03 

Voted to raise five hundred dollars to defray the expenses 
of the Town the ensuing year 

Voted to raise one dollar on poll for repairing highways 

Voted to dismiss the ninth article 

Voted to dismiss the 10 th do 

Voted to dismiss 11 th 

Voted to dismiss 12 th — 

Voted to dismiss — 13 — 

Voted — ■ dismiss 



Voted That the Town paupers be vendued to the lowest 
bidder and 

Thomas Lansey and Wife were struck off to Israel Merrills 
at one hundred and four dollars for the year ensuing 

Mrs Mary Wilson was struck off to Israeli Merrill for 
twenty seven dollars for one year 

Abigail Davis was struck off to Peter Young at fifty dolls 
for one year 

Ginger Harvey was struck off to James Young at five 
shillings pr week so long as she may need assistance during 
one year 

Mrs. Cutler was struck off of Joseph Young at forty cents 
pr week 

Phillis White was struck off to Ebenezar Webster at fifty 
two cents pr week 

The Dana Child was struck off to Amos Websters Jur at 
three shillings pr week 

Voted to allow the treasurers report which is hereinafter 
recorded 

Voted That the collectorship be vendued to the lowest 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 251 

bidder and It was struck off to James Nutt at 3 per cent for 
collecting 

Meeting was then dissolved 

Attest Franklin Moor T. Clerk 

1826 

At a legal Meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of 
Manchester holden at the Meeting house on Wednesday the 
15 th day of March for the purpose of appointing Jurors to 
attend the superior court to be holden at Amherst on the 
third Tuesday of April next 

chose Israel Merrill Moderator of the Meeting — pro- 
ceeded and drew from the box John Stark to serve as Grand 
Juror and Granderson Morse as ptite Juror for the first week 
— and John Stark Jun for the second week. 

A true Record Attest 

Franklin Moor T. Clerk 

1826 

Treasurers Report 

The Treasurer for the Town of Manchester for the past 
year asks leave to submit the following statements of the con- 
cerns of the Treasury. The balance of Cash in the treasury 

at the last annual Meeting was 24.34 

There has been received into the Treasury since 
that time from Peter Young at several times balance 

of his tax bill 73.05 

from do — for interest on his Note to the Town 6.00 
from Jonas Harvey for interest on his Note to the 

town , . . . 19.93 

from James Nutt — on account of his TaxList . 18.00 
from sundry persons for Taxes 46.33 

making $187.65 
In discharge of which the Treasurer has paid sun- 
dry orders drawn by the Selectmen amounting to . 161,96 

leaving a balance in his hands of 25.69 



252 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

In order to ascertain the available funds of the 
Town there must be added to the above balance the 
sums due from the Collectors — which are as follows 
— from Israel Webster — on his List for 1824 . . 87.75 

from James Nutt — on his List for 1825 about . 314.00 



making $427.44 

The Treasurer has not the means of knowing what the 
outstanding debts of the Town amount to but the sums & will 
probably be exhibited by the Selectmen and when compared 
with the above sum will shew the actual state of the affairs 
of the Town. 

Respectfully submitted by 
Fredrick G Stark Town Treasurer 
March 14 1826 
A true Record attest 

Franklin Moor T. Clerk 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To John Ray Constable for Town >of Manchester Greet- 
ing 

You are hereby required to notify and warn a meeting of 
the inhabitants of the Town of Manchester duly notified 
to vote in town affairs to be holden at the Meeting house in 
gaid Manchester on Tuesday the second day of May next at 
three o clock P. M. to act on the following articles (Viz) 

l 8t to choose a Moderator to govern said Meeting 

2 nd To see if the Town will vote to build a new Brick Meet- 
ing house an if so to agree upon a spot to set the same 

3 rd To see whether the Town will vote to remove and re- 
pair the old Meetinghouse in order to convert the same into 
a Town House 

And in warning and notifying said Meeteeting, you are to 
give fifteen days notice by posting at the Meeting house an 
attested copy of this warrant — and make due return thereof 
on the hour of holding said meeting with your doings thereon 
unto the Town Clerk or either of the Selectmen 



EAELY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 253 

Given under our hands and seals at Manchester this fif- 
teenth day of April A. D. 1826 

Fredrick G Stark 
Israel Merrill 
James M c Queston 

Selectmen 
Hillsborrough ss 

I have Notified and warned said Meeting by posting on the 
Meetinghouse a true copy of this warrant as the law requires 

John Eay Constable 

At a legal meeting of the inhabitants of Manchester holden 
at the Meeting house in said Town on tuesday the 2 nd day 
of May 1826 — Ephraim Stevens Jr was chosen Moderator 
Voted to build a brick a brick Meetinghouse 
Voted that Nathl Moor Sphraim Stevens Jr and Israel 
Merrill be a comiteettee to superintind the same 
Voted to dismiss third article in the warrant 
Voted to adjourn said meeting to the first Tuesday in July 
at one of the oclock P. M. 

July 4 1826 Met according to adjournment 

Moderator read the report of the committee 

Voted that a committee be appointed to locate the Meeting 
house 

Voted that said committee be instructed to purchase the 
Pews in the old Meeting house and to see how much they 
can obtain by subscription for the purpose of building a new 
Meeting house and that they report at the next meeting in 
March next Voted to dissolve this meeting 

Eecorded by 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 



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EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 263 



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264 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Hillsborrough State of Newhampshire 

To James Nutfc. Collector of Taxes for the Town of Man- 
chester for the year of our Lord 1826 — Greeting 

In the name of the State of Newhampshire you are hereby 
required to lovey and collect of the several persons named 
in the list herewith committed to you each one his respec- 
tive proportion as therein set down, and in the lovying and 
collecting the same you are to follow the directions of the 
Laws of the state of Newhampshire. providing for the col- 
lection of taxes and you are to pay to the Treasurer of the 
State of Newhampshire on or before the first day of Decem- 
ber next the sum of seventyf our Dollars and forty cents, that 
being the amount of the State Tax required of this Town the 
present year And you are to pay another sum of Fifty two 
Dollars and twenty five cents to the Treasurer of the county 
of Hillsborrough on or befor the first day of September next 
that being this Town's proportion of the county Tax for the 
present year And you are also to pay to the Treasurer of 
the Town of the Town of Manchester on or before the first 
day October next the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars 
on or before the first day of December next another sum of 
two hundred and fifty dollars, and the remainder of this list 
being one hundred and ninty two dollars and twenty nine 
you are to pay to said Treasurer of the Town of Manchester 
on or before the first day of March next 

Hereof fail not as you will answer your neglect under the 
penalty of the Law in that case made and provided. 

Given under our hands and Seals at Manchester this Thir- 
teenth day of May Anno Domini 1826. 

Fredrick G Stark 
James M c Questen 
Israel Merrill 

Selectmen 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



265 



District No 1 
James Ray . . 
Charles Blodget 
Phillip Stevens . 
Phillip Stevens Jr 
Joseph Aiken 
Henry R Barrett 
Heirs of Ben a Stevens 
Samuel Hall . 
Hibbert Stevens 
John Hall . 
Nathaniel Merrill 
Isaac Farmer 
Israel Young 
Jonathan Young Jr 
John Harwood 
Job Powell . 
Daniel Powell 
Andrew French 
George Clark 
John Ray . . 
Willard Huntoon 
Patten Hall . 
Fredrick G. Stark 
Ross Barrett . 
Charlis Stark 
Gradus B. Stark 
Albert Stark . 
Betsey Kidder 
Heirs of S. P. Kidder 
William Farnsworth 
John Gamble . . 
William P. Harwood 
District No 2 
John Dwinnill . . 
Elisha Quimby . . 



State 
Tax 


County 
Tax 


Town 
Tax 


School 
Tax 


Total 


46 


34 


2 72 


1 35 


4 87 


14 


10 


79 


39 


1 42 


88 


63 


5 22 


2 61 


9 34 


14 


10 


79 


39 


1 42 


14 


10 


79 


39 


1 42 


51 


38 


3 03 


1 52 


5 44 


38 


27 


2 22 


1 11 


3 98 


82 


60 


4 89 


2 45 


8 76 


14 


10 


79 


39 


1 42 


45 


33 


2 68 


1 34 


4 80 


26 


19 


1 52 


76 


2 73 


31 


24 


1 85 


92 


3 32 


22 


17 


1 33 


66 


2 38 


27 


20 


1 57 


77 


2 81 


14 


10 


79 


39 


1 42 


04 


77 


6 20 


3 17 


11 18 


25 


18 


1 34 


73 


2 50 


17 


12 


1 03 


81 


2 13 


89 


65 


5 31 


2 65 


9 50 


01 


75 


6 04 


3 02 


10 82 


14 


10 


79 


39 


1 42 


51 


37 


3 01 


1 50 


5 39 


12 


81 


6.67 


3.33 


11 .93 


14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.43 


17 


11 


1.00 


.51 


1.79 


16 


11 


.91 


.45 


1.63 


14 


10 


.79 


39 


1.42 


37 


27 


2.20 


1.10 


3.94 


16 


11 


.96 


.48 


1.71 


21 


15 


1.20 


.60 


2.16 


36 


27 


2.13 


1.07 


3.83 


21 


15 


1.21 


.61 


2.18 


90 


68 


5.38 


2.69 


9.65 


14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 



266 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



John Griffin . . 
Daniel Corning . 
Joshua Corning 
Josiah Parry . . 
Samuel Jackson . 
Daniel Hall . . 
Thomas Hardy . 
Joseph Young . 
James H Saunders 
Joseph B Hall . 
Ephraim Stevens Jr 
David Stevens . 
Francis Stevens . 
Isaac Stevens 
Eichard Young . 
Moses Davis . . 
Hezekiah Young 
John Young Jr . 
Israel Brown 
Ezekiel S. Merrill 
Nathaniel Merrill 
Levi Marston 
Eobert Young . 
Jeptha Haseltine 
Nath 1 Baker . . 

District No 3 

James Nutt . 
James Nutt Jr 
James Griffin 
John Brown . 
Joseph Andrus 
John G. Brown 
William Cummings 
David Webster Jr 
Franklin Webster 
Viranus Webster 



14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


28 


20 


1.63 


.81 


2.92 


14 


.10 


.79 


.39 


1 .42 


16 


12 


.91 


.45 


1.64 


1 11 


82 


6.61 


3.31 


10.85 


76 


55 


4.54 


2.27 


8.12 


52 


38 


3.07 


1.54 


5.51 


76 


55 


4.50 


2.26 


8.07 


17 


12 


.96 


.48 


1.73 


47 


34 


2.77 


1.38 


4.96 


1 27 


94 


7.56 


3.78 


13.55 


16 


12 


.91 


.45 


1.64 


14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


16 


12 


.91 


.45 


1.64 


34 


25 


2.08 


1 .05 


3.70 


80 


58 


4.75 


2.37 


8.50 


89 


64 


5.29 


2.65 


9.47 


43 


31 


2.52 


1.26 


4.52 


16 


12 


91 


45 


1 64 


16 


12 


91 


45 


1 64 


08 


06 


45 


22 


81 


14 


10 


79 


39 


1 42 


33 


24 


1 93 


96 


3 46 


53 


39 


3 16 


1 58 


5 66 


47 


32 


2 80 


1 39 


4 98 


76 


56 


4 50 


2 26 


8 08 


56 


41 


3 34 


1 6S 


5 99 


1 72 


53 


4 26 


2 14 


7 65 


36 


27 


2 14 


1 07 


3 84 


34 


24 


1 99 


1 00 


3 57 


52 


38 


3 11 


1 56 


5 57 


16 


12 


91 


45 


1 64 


99 


72 


5 84 


2 93 


10 48 


14 


10 


79 


39 


1 42 


17 


13 


96 


48 


1 74 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



267 



Joseph Moor 








2 18 


1 61 


12 92 


6 48 


23 19 


Nathaniel Moor 








1 21 


88 


7 18 


3 60 


12 87 


Jesse Johnson 








18 


14 


1 06 


53 


1 91 


Samuel Brown . 








31 


23 


1 81 


91 


3 26 


John Calfe . . 








31 


23 


1 84 


93 


3 31 


Eussel Moor . 








29 


20 


1 69 


85 


3 03 


Gilman Moor 








21 


15 


1 23 


62 


2 21 


Cyrus Moor . . 








36 


27 


2 15 


1 08 


3 86 


Reuben Moor 








28 


20 


1 67 


84 


2 99 


Franklin Moore 








26 


18 


1 54 


78 


2 76 


David Dickey 








83 


62 


4 97 


2 49 


8 91 


William Dickey 








20 


15 


1 15 


58 


2 08 


Samuel Boyes 








.23 


.17 


1.36 


.69 


2.45 


William Snow 








.16 


.12 


.91 


.45 


1.64 


John Young . 








.56 


.41 


3.34 


1.69 


6.00 


Peter Emerson 








.60 


.41 


3.98 


1.78 


6.77 


James Emerson 








.14 


.11 


.84 


.43 


1.52 


Jacob Brown 








.19 


.15 


1.12 


.57 


2.03 


Joseph C. Moor 








.14 


.10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


Jonas Harvey 








1 45 


1.07 


8.62 


4.33 


15.47 


Israel Merrill 








1 16 


.85 


6.85 


3.44 


12.30 


Widow Moor . 








.05 


.03 


.29 


.14 


.51 


Peter Young 








69 


51 


4.10 


2.06 


7.36 


District No 4 










Amos Weston .... 50 


37 


2.95 


1.48 


5.30 


Amos Weston Jr 






56 


41 


3.30 


1.67 


5.94 


James M c Questen 






65 


48 


3.85 


1.94 


6.92 


James T. Hardy 






14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


Isaac Huse . . 






2 25 


1 64 


13.20 


6.65 


23.74 


Winthrop Pressy 






14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


John G. Webster 






14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


John Haseltine . 






36 


26 


2.11 


1.06 


3.79 


Steph n Haseltine 






14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


Kadunal Haseltine 






14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


John Dickey . . 






51, 


57 


2.95 


1.48 


5.31 


William Dickey Jr 






14 


10 


.79 


-.39 


1.42 


Jonathan Dickey 








52 


37 


3.06 


1.54 


5.49 



268 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Archibald Gamble 
Thomas Gamble 
Archibald Gamble Jr 
Daniel Harris 
Willi ard Harris . 
Israel Webster . 
Joshua Webster . 
John Webster . 
David Webster . 
David Webster 3 rd 
Jonathan Haseltine 
John Haseltine Jr 
Reuben Sawyer . 
Reuben G. Sawyer 
Hugh Boyes . . 
James Boyes . . 
Hazen G. Boyes 
James Young 
Elijah Flint . . 
Benjamin Corning 
Gilbert Greely . 
Michael Whidden 
Silas Haseltine . 
Ebenezar Corning 
George Corning 
Nathaniel Corning 
Nathaniel Conant 
Granderson Morse 
David Corning . 
Jonathan Young 
Edward Young . 
Cyrus Young 
Jonathan Young 3rd 
Johnson Morse . 
Samuel Gamble 
Asa Haseltine 
Alexander Spinny 



95 


1 43 


11.50 


5.77 


20.65 


14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


62 


15 


3.64 


1.83 


6.54 


38 


28 


2.25 


1 .13 


4.04 


42 


30 


2.40 


1 .21 


4.33 


93 


67 


5 .44 


2.73 


9.77 


25 


18 


1.46 


.74 


2.63 


90 


65 


5.29 


2.65 


9.49 


21 


15 


1.20 


.61 


2.17 


14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


50 


35 


2.90 


1 .46 


5.21 


36 


26 


2.14 


1 .08 


3.84 


37 


27 


2.20 


1.11 


3.95 


14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


00 


73 


5.92 


2.97 


10.62 


17 


13 


.97 


.48 


1.75 


14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


39 


28 


2 29 


1.15 


4.11 


31 


22 


1.81 


.92 


3.26 


26 


19 


1.54 


.78 


2.77 


75 


54 


4 40 


2.22 


7.91 


14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


34 


25 


2.10 


1.06 


3.75 


14 


.10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


33 


24 


1.87 


.94 


3.3S 


18 


14 


1.03 


.52 


1.87 


35 


25 


1.99 


99 


3.58 


52 


37 


3.01 


1.51 


5.41 


19 


15 


1.09 


.55 


1.98 


20 


86 


7.03 


3 .53 


12.62 


35 


25 


1.99 


.99 


3.58 


22 


16 


1.30 


M 


2.34 


19 


15 


1.12 


.57 


2.03 


40 


28 


2.32 


1.17 


4.17 


14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


50 


35 


2.86 


1.44 


5 .15 


16 


12 


.91 


.46 


1 .65 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



269 



Amos Webster . . 


. 




14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


Amos Webster Jr. . . . 14 


10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


Ebenezar Webster ... 32 


23 


1.81 


.91 


3.27 


Thomas Wells 14 


.10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


District No 5 










Nathan Johnson ... .44 


.31 


2.53 


1.27 


4.55 


David Dickey Jr 






.41 


29 


2.40 


1.21 


4.31 


John Dickey Jr 






.15 


.13 


.85 


.43 


1.56 


John Proctor . . 






.60 


.43 


3.49 


1.75 


6.27 


Phineas Bailey . . 






.60 


.43 


3.49 


1.75 


6.27 


Edward Haseltine . 






.30 


.22 


1.78 


.89 


3.19 


William Haseltine . 






.27 


.20 


1.60 


.81 


2.88 


Newall Marden . 






.29 


.21 


1.72 


.87 


3.09 


Edward Proctor 






.14 


.10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


District No 6 










Jacob Whitemore . . . .51 


.37 


2.95 


1.48 


5.31 


Daniel Watts 






.66 


.48 


3.85 


1.93 


6.92 


Joshua Blodget . 






30 


.22 


1.79 


.89 


3.20 


Thomas Chenny . . 






49 


35 


2.83 


1.42 


5.09 


Widow Garvin . 






.09 


.06 


.48 


.24 


.87 


Heirs of Jacob Garvin 


.08 


.05 


.45 


.23 


.81 


Edmund Giles . . . 


.14 


.10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


District No 7 










John Stark 3 rd 70 


.51 


4.12 


2.07 


7.40 


Samuel Stark 






.19 


.15 


1.12 


.57 


2.03 


John Stark Esq . 






. 1.08 


.80 


6.40 


3.22 


11 .50 


Matthew Kennedy 






.64 


.47 


3.76 


1.89 


6.76 


Eoger Stevens . 






.16 


.12 


90 


.46 


1.64 


Amos Kimball . 






. 1.01 


.74 


5.96 


2.99 


10.70 


John Stark Lt . 






. 1.03 


.75 


6.10 


3.06 


10.94 


John Emerson . 






.37 


.26 


2.20 


1.11 


3.94 


Nehimiah Porter 






.16 


.12 


.91 


.46 


1.65 


Archibald Stark 






.29 


.21 


1.72 


.86 


3.08 


Nathan Kimball 






.41 


.29 


2.35 


1.18 


4.23 


Samuel Stark Jr. 






.14 


.10 


.79 


.39 


1.42 


Ezra Kimball 






.59 


.42 


3.44 


1.73 


6.18 



270 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Nonresident Tax 



Samuel Head . . 


State 
.04 


County 

.03 


Town 

.23 


School 

.12 


Highway Total 
.24 .66 


Benjamin Baker . 
Charles Cox . . 


.06 

.06 


.04 
.04 


.30 
.30 


.15 
.15 


.39 
.39 


.94 
.94 


Richard Dole . 


.03 


.02 


.15 


.08 


.19 


.47 


Nathaniel Smith 
Benjamin Leach 
George Menter . 


.03 
.03 
.06 


.02 
.02 
.04 


.15 

.18 
.30 


.08 
.09 
.15 


.19 
.21 
.39 


.47 
.53 
.94 


John Emerson 


.03 


.02 


.18 


.09 


.21 


.53 


Pearson Richardsoi 


i .03 


.02 


.15 


.08 


.19 


.47 


Thomas Patterson 


.18 


.14 


.90 


.46 


1.16 


2.84 


David W. Dickey 
Robert Adams . 


.07 
.05 


.05 
.03 


.37 
.25 


.19 
.13 


.44 
.25 


1.12 
.71 


George M c allister 


.02 


.02 


.12 


.06 


.08 


.30 


Johnson Chase 


.06 


.04 


.30 


.15 


.39 


.94 


Dudley Porter . 

Samuel Taylor . 

Henry & Jame. 
Taylor . . 

William Richard- 
son .... 


.03 
.02 

3 

.05 
.03 


.02 
.02 

.04 

.02 


.18 
.13 

.28 

.18 


.09 
.07 

.14 

.09 


.21 

.09 

.37 
.21 


.53 
.33 

.87 

.53 


Barker . 


.07 


.05 


.36 


.18 


.43 


1 .09 


Daniel Young . 


.08 


.05 


.42 


.21 


.47 


1.23 


James Southwick 


.02 


.01 


.12 


.07 


.08 


.30 


James Parkers 
Heirs . . . 


.19 


.15 


.97 


.49 


1.20 


3.00 


Robert Hall . . 
Robert Hall . . 


.11 

.06 


.09 
.04 


.60 
.30 


.30 
.15 


.77 
.39 


1.87 
.94 


Robert Hall . . 


.04 


.03 


23 


.12 


.24 


.66 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 27 1 

Description of nonresident Land &c 1826 

Adjoining Emerson land and Marmack River 
Formaly belonging to the Abbot Farm 
Mill near Jonathan Haseltine 
Adjoing the Griffin Farm 
Adjoing Ebenezar Conings Meadow 
Meadow adjoining Israels Merrills 
Adjoining the Dustin Farm 
Adjoining Jonathan Youngs farm 
Saw mill near Israel Websters 
near David Dickeys 

do do 
Meadow adjoining David Dickeys 
Adjoining M c Questens & Youngs 
land east of the meeting house 
House occupied by Abel P. Corning 
Land near Gilbert Greelys 

Near or Joining the same 

Meadow adjoining Rowells 

ditto Ditto 

The place on which Israel Young lives 
Adjoining the north side of the Kidder Farm 

Commonly called the Abbot Farm 
Lying on the Ball hill road 
East of the Abbot Farm 

Lying on the road leading from the Bridge to the Meeting 
house 



272 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Licence 

Manchester March 15 — 1826 
We hereby licence John Dwinell to Keep a Tavern at his 
house one year provided he Keeps good order and suitable ac- 
commodations For Travelers this Licence to be revoked at 
the pleasure of the Selectmen recorded Nov. 29. 1826 

F. Moor T. Clerk 
Fridrick G Stark 
Israel Merrill 
James M c Questen 

S Men 

Agreeable to Notifucation previously posted the inhabitants 
of Manchester Met at the Meetinghouse for the purpose of 
appointing a petit Juror to serve at the Superior Court to 
be holden at Amherst, the second week which is on Monday 
the next following the first Tuesday of October next and 
chose Ephraim Stevens Jr Moderator of the Meeting pro- 
ceeded and drew from the Box George Clark to serve as petit 
Juror 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 

Sept. 23 rd 1826 

Found and taken up by the subscriber in Manchester on 
Tuesday the 19th day of December instant a pair of red Stray 
oxen (common sized) supposed to be Beef cattle one of which 
has large broad horns, and the other has a Star in his for- 
head and some stripes of white about his mouth. The owner 
is requested to prove property, pay charges, and take them 
away 

Manchester December 22nd 1826 

Hibbertt Stevens 

1827 

Manchester Feby. 20 th 1827 We the Subscribers Select- 
men of Manchester do hereby grant Samuel Jackson Liberty 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 273 

to retail Spiritous liquors at his dwelling house in Manchester 
for and during the term of one year from this date 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Israel Merrill 
Selectmen of Manchester 
Eecorded March 10 th 1827 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 
We hereby licence Nathaniel Moor to Keep a Tavern and 
to retail Spirituous Liquors one year from this date at his 
house in Manchester 
Manchester March 14 th 1827 

Fredrick G Stark 
Amos Weston Jur 

Selectmen 
Eecorded March 15 th 1827 

We the Subscribers Selectmen of Manchester hereby Li- 
cence David Webster Jr to keep a Tavern and to sell spirit- 
uous liquors at his house in Manchester one year from this 
fifteenth day of March 1827 - — 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jur 

Selectmen 
Eecorded March 15 th 1827 

We the Subscribers Selectmen of Manchester hereby licence 
M r James Young to keep a tavern and to retail spirituous 
Liquours at his House in Manchester on year from date 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jur 

Selectmen 
Eecorded March 15 th 1827 

March 19 th 1827 We hereby Licence John Dwinell to 
Keep a Tavern at his house in Manchester one year from the 
present date and to retail Spirituous Liquours 

Fredrick G Stark 
Amos Weston Jun 
Franklin Moor 

Selectmen of Manchester 
Eecorded March 20 th 1827 



274 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

We the Subscribers Selectmen of Manchester hereby grant 
Samuel Jackson Licence to keep a Tavern and to retail Spir- 
ituous Liquors a his dwelling house and Store in Manchester 
for and during the time of one year from this date 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jr 

Selectmen 

Manchester March 27 th 1827 

The undersigned. Selectmen of the Town of Manchester 
hereby Licence Fredrick G. Stark to keep a Tavern at his 
house one year from this date — and also to retail Spirituous 
Liquors in his house or Store (adjoining) during the same 
term 

Amos Weston Jun 
Franklin Moor 

Selectmen 
Recorded April 22 : 1827 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborrough ss 

To John Ray Constable For the Town of Manchester 
Greeting 

In the name of the State of Newhampshire you are hereby 
required to notify and warn all the inhabitants of said Town 
of Manchester who are legally qualified to Vote in Town af- 
fairs, to assemble at the Meetinghouse in said Town on Tues- 
day the thirteenth day of March next at ten O'Clock in the 
forenoon to act on the following articles (viz) 

1 st To Choose a Moderator to govern and regulate said 
meeting. 

2 nd To Choose a Town Clerk for the ensuing year. 

3rd To Choose a Board of Selectmen for the ensuing year. 

4 th To Vote by Ballot for Governor. Counsellor. Senator. 
County Treasurer Register of Deeds, and Representatives to 
Congress. 

5 th To Choose one man of those duly qualified to repre- 
sent the Town in the General court the ensuing year. 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 275 

6 th To hear a statement of the Town accounts and to act 
thereon 

7 th To see how much money the Town will vote to raise 
to pay Town charges the current year 

8 th To see how much money the Town will vote to raise to 
repair the Highways the ensuing year 

9 th To choose all such Town officers as are required by 
the laws of this State, and necessary for the managment for 
the concern of this Town 

10 th To see if the Town will vote to expend part or all of 
the money due from Jonas Harvey and others for Sale of the 
Ministerial Lots in repairing the meeting house 

11 th To see what method the Town will take to support 
the Paupers. 

12 th To see if the Town will vote to district the Town a 
new for the purpose of Schooling 

13 th To see if the Town will Vote to widen and straighen 
the Road from Amoskeag Bridge by Nutts to Londonderry 
Line 

14 th To see if the Town will Vote to lay out a road from 
the highway near Israel Youngs Barn, to Nathaniel Merrills 
Jun House 

15 th To see if the Town will Vote to authorise some per- 
son to convey the Ceasar Harvey Farm to Ebenezer Webster. 
16 th To see if the Town will vote to alter the mode of 
collecting taxes. 

17 th To see if the Town will Vote to lay out a Road from 
John Griffins to Amos Westons. 

And in warning said meeting you are to give fifteen days 
notice by posting an attested copy of this warrant a some 
publick place near the Meetinghouse — And make return 
of this Warrant with your doings thereon unto the Town 
Clerk or in his absence to the Selectmen on the day and hour 
of holding said meeting 

Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this Twen- 
tieth day of February A. D. 1827 

Fredrick G Stark 
Israel Merrill 
James M c Questen 

Selectmen of Manchester 



276 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Hillsborrough ss I do hereby certify that I have Notified 
and said meeting by posting a true and attested copy of the 
within Warrant as the law requires at the Inn of Dwinnels & 
Quimbys near the Meetinghouse in Manchester. 

John Ray Constable 

Proceedings of Marroh Meeting 1827 



At an annual Meeting of the inhabitants of Manchester 
duly notified and holden at Meeting house in said Manchester 
on Tuesday the 13 th day of March 1827. Agreeable to fore- 
going warrant John Stark 3 rd was chosen Moderator 

Franklin Moor was chosen Town Clerk and sworn. 

Fredrick G. Stark \ 

Amos Weston Jun. > were chosen Selectmen and sworn 

Franklin Moor ) 

The meeting then proceeded to ballot for State and county 
Officers and the votes were as follows (viz) 

For Governor Benjamin Pierce had . . 
David L. Morrill " . . 

For Counsellor John Wallace Jr had 

For Senator Thomas Chandler had . . 
David L. Morrill " . . 

For Register of Deeds Afred Foster had 
Ezra Prescott " 
Isaac Brooks " 
Ninian C. Dodge ' 

For County Treasurer John Secombe had 

For Representatives to Congress 

Ichabod Bartlett had 

Nehemiah Eastman '' 

Jonathan Harvey " . 

Titus Brown " . . 

Joseph Healy " . . 

Thomas Whipple Jr * 

Benjamin Pierce had 

John Wallace Jr " . 





122 


Votes 


. . 


do 




123 


votes 




106 


votes 




16 


a 




86 


votes 




30 


do 




02 


a 


i 


01 


C( 




123 


votes 




. 57 


votes 




. 57 


i< 




. 57 






. 55 






. 57 






. 57 






02 Votes 




. 02 


do 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 277 

Thomas Chandler " 02 " 

John Secombe " 02 " 

Alfred Foster " 02 " 

E. Bartlett " 1 " 

K Eastman " 1 " 

T. Brown " 1 " 

J. Healy « 1 " 

T. Whipple " 1 " 

Amos Weston Junr was chosen to represent this Town in 
the General court 

Voted to allow Fredrick G. Stark the balance on 

his acct 13.94 

Voted to allow Israels Merrills account amounting 

to 15.84 

Voted to allow James M c Questens account 

amounting to 16.45 

Voted To allow Franklin Moor his account 

amounting to 5.00 

Voted To allow John Kay for services as constable 1.25 
Voted To allow Nathaniel Moor in his account . 1.00 
Voted to adjourn this meeting fifteen minuits 
At the expiration of fifteen minuits met according to ad- 
journment 

Voted to allow John Young Jun for Trouble keeping Mrs. 

Cutler 2.00 

Voted To raise four hundred dollars to defray the expenses 
of Town the ensuing year 

Voted to raise one dollar and fifty cents for repairing high- 
ways the ensuing year on a poll 

Fredrick G. Stark was chosen Treasurer and sworn 
The following persons were chosen Firewards (viz) 
Jesse Baker John Stark 3 rd 

Elisha Quimby Samuel Jackson 

The following persons were chosen constables and sworn 

viz 

John Eay sworn 
Patten Hall sworn 



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278 MANCHESTER, HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

The following persons were chosen Surveyors of Highways 

Viz 

Matthew Kennedy sworn 

John Eay sworn 

Ephraim Stevens Jun. sworn 

Henry R. Barrett sworn 

Archibald Gamble Jun sworn 

iN'ath 1 Conant sworn 

Jonas Harvey sworn 

" 8 John Calfe sworn 

" 9 David "Webster Jr sworn 

" 10 David Dickey Jun sworn 

Chose Fredrick G. Stark Tythingman 

The following persons in hogreeves Yiz 

James Ray Reuben G. Sawyer 

Jonas Harvey Ross Barratt 

Edward Proctor 

The following persons were chosen Surveyors of wood 

(Viz) 

Jesse Baker sworn Reuben Moore 

Samuel Hall sworn Archibald Stark 

John Gamble Joseph Andrus 

Benjamin Corning Fredrick G. Stark sworn 

The following persons were chosen Surveyors of Lumber 

(Viz) 

Jesse Baker sworn Franklin Moor 

Archibald Stark sworn Jonathan Hasaltine 

George Corning 

Jesse Baker was chosen Field driver, 

The following persons were chosen Fish wards Viz 

Joseph Moore Jesse Baker 

Samuel Hall Jonas Harvey 

Israel Webster 

The following persons were chosen cullers of staves viz 

Nath 1 Conant ) 

Samuel Hall ? sworn 

Archeld Stark ) 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 279 

Samuel Jackson was chosen pound Keeper 

David Dickey and Israel Merrill were chosen cullers of 
Bricks 

Fredrick G. Stark was chosen sealers of weights and meas- 
ures 

Voted To dismiss the 10 th article in the warrant 

Voted To choose an agent to dispose of and oversee the 
paupers 

Voted to reconsider the last vote 

Voted to adjourn this meeting till tomorrow at one O'Clock 
P. M. 

Wednesday March 15 th 1827 Met according to adjourn- 
ment 

Voted to vendue the Town paupers to the lowest Bidder 

Voted to dismiss the 12 th Article in the warrant. 

Voted to dismiss the 13 th Article in do 

Voted that the Selectmen lay out a road from the High- 
way leading from Israel Youngs Barn to Nath 1 Merrel Jun's 
House 

Voted that the Selectmen be authorised to convey the 
Ceaser Harvey Farm to Ebenezar Webster after he shall have 
paid the note which the Town holds against it. 

Voted to reconsider the last Vote 

Voted that the Selectmen be a committee to ascertain the 
propriety of conveying the Ceaser Harvey Farm to Ebenezar 
Webster and if they shall think proper, to do the same. 

Voted to dismiss the 16 th Artille in the warrant 

Voted to dismiss the 17 th Article in the warrant 

Voted to vendue the colectorship and the same was struck 
off to James Nutt four an half per cent, for colecting. 

Voted to adjourn this meeting 30 minuits to meet at Dwin- 
ells Tavern 

Met at Dwinells Tavern agreeable to adjournment. 

Proceed to vendue the Town paupers 

And Phillis White was struck off to James Young at 80 
cents pr week 



280 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Abigail Davis was snick of to Jonathan Young at 79 cents 
pr week 

Mrs. Cutler was Sruck off to Jon a Young at 37 cts pr 
week 

Miss Wilson was struck of to Joshua Blodget at 23 dollars 
for one year 

Thomas Lancy was struck of to John Young for his pen- 
sion 

William Parry was struck off to John Stark Jun all 
found excepting his medical assistance for $19.75 for one 
year 

At a legal Town meeting of the Inhabitants of Manchester 
holden at the Meetinghouse in said Town on Wednesday the 
14 th day of March 1827 A Venirie was then read for the ap- 
pointment of a Grand and Petit Juros to serve at the 
Superior Court of Judication to be holden at Amhest on the 
third Tuesday of April next Job Powell was drawn from the 
box as Grand Juror, and Nathaniel Moore was drawn to serve 
as petit Juror and have been notified to appear there at ten 
Clock A. M. 

Licences 1827 

We hereby Licence F & E. Moor to Retail Spirituous and 
mixed Liquors at their Store in Manchester the term of one 
year from date 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jur 

Selectmen 
Recorded April 21 st 1827 

Came into the inclosure of the Subscriber on monday the 
7th instant a dark coloured horse with White hind feet and a 
spot of White on his forehead also a chesnut coulered mare 
with black mane and tail, with a white spot on one hind foot 
and goes Lame with her off forefoot the owner is requested 
to prove property pay charges and Take them away 

Manchester May 9 th 1827 

James Nutt 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 281 

Manchester August 29 th 1827 
The undersigned Selectmen of the Town of Manchester 
hereby Licence Fredrick G. Stark partners in trade under 
the firm of Stark and Gamble to exercise the business of 
Retailers one year from and after the thirty first day of Au- 
gust instant at their Store in Manchester agreeably to the 
provisions of an act entitled "an act regulating licenced 
Houses" approved July 7 th 1827 

Amos "Weston Jur 
Franklin Moor 

Selectmen 

The undersigned Selectmen of Manchester hereby Licence 
Fredrick G. Stark to exercise the business of a retailer or 
Taverner at his dwelling house in Manchester on year from 
and after the thirty first day of August instant, agreeably 
to the provisions of an act entitled "An act regulating Li- 
cenced houses — Approved July 7. 1827 

Amos Weston Jun 
Franklin Moor 

Selectmen 
Record Manchester August 29 th 1827 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 

The undersgned Selectmen of of Town of Manchester 
hereby Licence John Dwinnel, to exercise the business of a 
Taverner at his dwelling house in said Manchester, one year 
from the present date agreeably to the provisions of an act 
entitled an act regulating licenced houses approved July 7 th 
1827 

Fredricke G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jur 

Selectmen 



Rcr d September 1 st 1827 



Franklin Moor Town Clerk 



Manchester Sept 1. 1827 
This may certify that we the undersigned Selectmen of 
Manchester do hereby grant Samuel Jackson of Said Man- 



282 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Chester Licence to retail wines and spirituous liquors by the 
pint or larger quantity at his Store in Manchester aforsaid 
for and during the term of one year from this date — agree- 
ably to the provisions of an act entitled an act regulating 
Licenced houses. Aproved July 7 th 1827 

Fredrick G Stark 
Amos Weston Ju 

Selectmen 
Recorded September 1 st 1827 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 

Manchester August 31. 1827 
The undersigned Selectmen of Manchester hereby licence 
Franklin and Reuben Moor to retail Spirituous and mixed 
Liquors at their Store in Manchester for one year from and 
after the first day of September next agreeable to an act en- 
titled an act regulating Licenced houses approved July 7 th 
1827 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos "Weston Jun 

Selectmen 
Recorded September 1. 1827 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 

The undersigned Selectmen of Manchester hereby Licence 
Nathaniel Moor to exercise the business of a Taverner at his 
house in said Town one year from the present date agreeably 
to the provisions of an act regulating Licenced House passed 
July 7. 1827 

Amos Weston Jun 
Franklin Moor 

Selectmen 
Manchester Nov 21. 1827 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER, 



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292 manchester historic collections. 

Notice 

Came into the inclosure of the Subscriber on Saturday the 
14 th instant a red Mare, her two nigh feet white — said mare 
is about four years old The owner is requested to prove prop- 
erty, pay charges and take her away 

James Eay 

Manchester October 18 th 1827 

Hillsborrough ss State of New Hampshire 
(L.S) 

To James Nutt Collector of taxes for the Town of Man- 
chester Greeting 

You are hereby directed and required to Ivy and collect of 
of the several persons named in the following List of Taxes, 
the Several sums respectivly set against their names. And 
you are directed to pay to the Treasurer of the State of New 
Hampshire on or before the first day of December next the 
sum of ninety nine dollars and twenty cents which is the 
Towns proportion of the State Tax the present year 

And you are also directed to pay to the Treasurer of the 
County of Hillsborrough on or before the first day of Sep- 
tember next the sum of thirty four Dollars and Eighty four 
cents, which is the Town's proportion of the County Tax the 
present year — And you are furthur directed to pay to the 
Treasurer of the Town of Manchester on or before the first 
of October next, the sum of Two hundred dollars and also 
on or before the first day of January next you are to pay to 
said Treasurer for the Town of Manchester, another sum of 
two hundred dollars — and the remainder of his tax List 
being two hundred and eighty seven dollars and seventy four 
cents you are to pay to said Treasurer for the Town of Man- 
chester on or before the first day of March next. And in 
Levying and collecting said Taxes you are to follow the direc- 
tions of the laws of the State of Newhampshire in regard to 
Collectors, and collection of Taxes — and for the doing, of 
which this shall be your sufficient warrant 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



293 



Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this Twelfth 
day of May Anno Domini 1827 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jun 

Selectmen of Manchester 



Tax Bill 1827 














District No 1 


State 
Tax 


Countj 
Tax 


' Town 
Tax 


School 
Tax 


Total 


John Ray . . . . . 


1 37 


49 


5 


64 


3 03 


10 53 


Willard Huntoon . . 


18 


07 




75 


41 


1 41 


George Clark . . . 


1 28 


46 


5 


31 


2 83 


9 88 


Patten Hall .... 


70 


25 


2 


90 


1 55 


5 40 


Fredrick G. Stark 


1 43 


51 


5 


92 


3 16 


11 02 


John Gamble . . . 


39 


14 


1 


62 


87 


3 02 


Jonathan Russell . . 


18 


.7 




75 


41 


1 41 


Roger Stevens . . . 


21 


8 




87 


47 


1 63 


Theophilus Tilton . . 


21 


8 




87 


47 


1 63 


Widow B. Kidder . . 


56 


20 


2 


32 


1 24 


4 32 


Heirs of S. P. Kidder . 


29 


10 


1 


18 


64 


2 21 


William P. Harwood . 


29 


11 


1 


22 


65 


2 27 


James Griffin . . . 


38 


14 


1 


56 


84 


2 92 


Henry R. Barrett . . . 


67 


24 


2 


74 


1 48 


5 13 


Hibbert Stevens . . . 


29 


11 


1 


22 


65 


2 27 


Heirs of Benj a Stevens 


22 


8 




92 


49 


1 71 


Widow Ruth Stevens . 


4 


2 




17 


10 


33 


Samuel Hall .... 


1 10 


39 


4 


53 


2 43 


8 45 


James Hall .... 


18 


7 




75 


41 


1 41 


Phillip Stevens . . . 


1 09 


39 


4 


45 


2 44 


8 47 


Phillip Stevens Jr . . 


18 


07 




75 


41 


1 41 


Ross Barrett . . . . 


25 


9 


1 


04 


56 


1 94 


Israel Young . . . 


59 


21 


2 


44 


1 30 


4 54 


John Hall .... 


63 


22 


2 


57 


1 38 


4 80 


Nathaniel Merrill Jr . 


44 


16 


1 


83 


97 


3 40 


Job Rowell 


1 33 


47 


5 


47 


2 93 


10 20 


Gradus B. Stark . . 


21 


8 




87 


47 


1 63 


Jonathan Young Jr . . 


43 


15 


1 


76 


95 


3 29 


Daniel Young . . . 


22 


8 




93 


50 


1 73 



294 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Simeon Hardy . . 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


Jesse Baker . . . 






21 


8 87 


47 


1 63 


Charles Blodget 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


James Clark . . . 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


Jonathan Gillis . . 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


John Harwood . . 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


Joseph Aiken . . 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


Samuel S. J. Tenney 




24 


10 1 16 


62 


2 16 


Stark & Sullivan for plac 








James Griffi live on . 14 


5 57 


30 


1 06 


District No 2 








Moses Davis 1 10 


39 4 54 


2 43 


8 46 


Richard Young . 






59 


21 2 44 


1 30 


4 54 


Ephraim Stevens Ji 






99 


36 4 12 


2 20 


7 67 


John Young Ju 






55 


20 2 30 


1 22 


4 27 


Moses Hall . . 






18 


07 75 


41 


1 41 


Isaa Farmer . . 






46 


18 1 91 


1 03 


3 58 


Daniel Hall . . 






1 03 


37 4 27 


2 29 


7 96 


Samuel Jackson 






1 18 


42 4 90 


2 62 


9 12 


John Dwinell 






99 


36 4 12 


2 20 


7 67 


Elisha Quimby . 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


Joseph B. Hall . 






65 


23 2 69 


1 45 


5 0.2 


Hesekiah Young 






95 


34 3 94 


2 11 


7 34 


Nath 1 Baker . . 






63 


23 2 61 


1 40 


4 87 


Josiah Parry . . 






21 


08 87 


47 


1 63 


Nathaniel Merrill 






13 


8 87 


47 


1 63 


John Griffin . . 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


Israel Brown 






21 


8 87 


47 


1 63 


Ezekiel S Merrill 






21 


8 87 


47 


1 63 


Robert Stevens . 






.18 


.7 .75 


.41 


1.41 


Cyrus Nesmith . 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


Robert Young . 






18 


7 75 


41 


1 41 


James H. Saunders 






22 


8 93 


50 


1 73 


James Arwin 






25 


9 1 04 


56 


1 94 


Samuel Brown . 






50 


18 2 08 


1 12 


3 88 


John G. Brown . 






76 


27 3 12 


1 63 


5 83 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER, 



295 



David Stevens . 
Isaac Stevens 

Thomas Hardy . 

Joseph Young . 

District No. 3 

David Webster Jim 
Franklin Webster 
Viranus Webster 
Russel Moor . 
Joseph Andrus 
James Ray 
John Brown . 
Hiram Haseltine 
Richard Parry 
James Nutt . 
James Nutt Jun 
Israel Merrill 
John Young . 
Peter Emerson 
Jonas Harvey 
Josiah Crosby 
Peter Young 
David Dickey 
William Dickey 
Thomas Wells 
Gilman Moor 
Joseph C. Moor 
John Dickey Jun 
Cyrus Moor . . 
Reuben Moor 
Franklin Moor . 
James Emerson . 
Tyler Brown . . 
Israel Brown Jun 
Nathaniel Moor . 
Jesse Johnson 



21 


8 


87 


47 


1 63 


21 


8 


87 


47 


1 63 


60 


22 


2 48 


1 34 


4.64 


97 


35 


4 04 


2 15 


7 51 


30 


47 


5 39 


2 89 


10 05 


18 


7 


75 


41 


1 41 


18 


7 


15 


41 


1 41 


39 


14 


1 62 


87 


3 02 


71 


26 


2 94 


1 57 


5 48 


02 


37 


4 23 


2 27 


7 89 


55 


19 


2 26 


1 26 


4 21 


18 


7 


75 


41 


1 41 


18 


7 


75 


41 


1 41 


08 


39 


4 40 


2 39 


8 26 


63 


22 


2 57 


1 39 


4 81 


72 


62 


7 13 


3 82 


13 29 


82 


29 


3 38 


1 81 


6 30 


85 


30 


3 50 


1 87 


6 52 


80 


64 


7 44 


3 59 


13 47 


18 


7 


75 


41 


1 41 


92 


33 


3 84 


2 06 


7 15 


23 


44 


5 09 


2 73 


9 49 


29 


11 


1 22 


96 


2 58 


.18 


.7 


.75 


.41 


1.41 


35 


12 


1.40 


76 


2.63 


18 


7 


75 


41 


1 41 


29 


11 


1 22 


96 


2 58 


55 


20 


2 30 


1 22 


4 27 


46 


17 


1 91 


1 03 


3 57 


53 


19 


2 20 


1 18 


4 10 


29 


10 


1 18 


64 


2 21 


18 


7 


75 


41 


1 41 


18 


7 


75 


41 


1 41 


96 


70 


8 12 


4 34 


15 12 


25 


9 


1 00 


54 


1 88 



296 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



John Calfe . . 
Jesse Hartwell . 
William Snow 
Joseph Moor 
Jacob Brown 
Widow B. Moor 
John Harvey 
District No 4 
Amos Weston 
Amos Weston Jun 
Elbridge Weston 
James M c Questen 
Isaac Huse . . 
John G. Webster 
John Haseltine . 
Stephen Haseltine 
Kadniol Haseltine 
Silas Haseltine . 
Reuben Sawyer . 
Reuben G. Sawyer 
Hugh Boyes . . 
Samuel Boyes . 
James Boyes 
James Young 
Elijah Flint . . 
Benjamin Corning 
Gilbert Greely . 
Archabld Gamble 
Thomas Gamble 
Archibald Gamble Jr 
Samuel Gamble 
Daniel Harris 
Willard Harris . 
John Dickey . . 
Jonathan Dickey 
Jonathan Haseltine 
John Webster . . 



50 


18 


2 


09 


1 


12 


3 89 


29 


10 


1 


18 




64 


2 21 


20 


7 




81 




44 


1 52 


29 


1 18 


13 


63 


7 


29 


25 39 


31 


11 


1 


28 




68 


2 38 


9 


3 




37 




22 


71 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


63 


22 


2 


57 


1 


39 


4 81 


85 


31 


3 


54 


1 


89 


6 59 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


73 


26 


3 


02 


1 


61 


5 62 


81 


1 01 


11 


66 


6 


23 


21 71 


41 


14 


1 


68 




90 


3 13 


42 


15 


1 


74 




93 


3 24 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


49 


17 


1 


99 


1 


68 


3 73 


66 


24 


2 


72 


1 


46 


5 08 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


24 


44 


5 


12 


2 


75 


9 55 


34 


12 


1 


40 




76 


2 62 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


63 


22 


2 


57 


1 


39 


4 81 


54 


19 


2 


22 


1 


20 


4 15 


39 


14 


1 


58 




86 


2 97 


93 


34 


3 


90 


2 


10 


7 27 


35 


84 


9 


70 


5 


20 


18 09 


23 


09 




98 




52 


1 82 


95 


34 


3 


94 


2 


11 


7 34 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


57 


21 


2 


39 


1 


28 


4 45 


56 


20 


2 


33 


1 


25 


4 34 


42 


15 


1 


74 




93 


3 24 


65 


23 


2 


69 


1 


45 


5 02 


66 


24 


2 


72 


1 


46 


5 08 


09 


39 


4 


48 


2 


41 


8 37 



EAKLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER, 



297 



Israel Webster . 
Joshua Webster 
Amos Webster . 
David Webster . 
Ebenezar Webster 
Amos Webster Jun 
John Haseltine Jun 
Edward Haseltine 
Nathaniel Conant 
Jonathan Young 
Edward Young . 
Cyrus Young 
Jonathan Young 3 rd 
John P. Young . 
Granderson Morse 
Johnson Morse . 
Ebenezar Corning 
George Corning . 
Nathaniel Corning 
David Corning . 
Jonathan Hardy- 
William Davis . 

District No 5 
Nathan Johnson 
David Dickey Jun 
John Proctor 
Edward Proctor . 
Phineas Bailey . 
Newal Marden . 
William Bailey Jur 
Jephiah Haseltine 
William Haseltine 

District No 6 
Jacob Whittemore 
Thomas Cheney . 
Widow Garven . 



51 


54 


6 


22 


3 


34 


11 61 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


22 


8 




92 




49 


1 71 


41 


14 


1 


68 




90 


3 13 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


60 


22 


2 


46 


1 


32 


4 60 


42 


14 


1 


70 




92 


3 18 


50 


18 


2 


05 


1 


11 


3 84 


51 


54 


6 


26 


3 


35 


11 66 


51 


18 


2 


14 


1 


14 


3 97 


34 


12 


1 


40 




76 


2 62 


29 


10 


1 


18 




64 


2 21 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


82 


29 


3 


38 


1 


82 


6 31 


53 


19 


2 


16 


1 


17 


4 05 


28 


10 


1 


14 




60 


2 12 


28 


10 


1 


14 




60 


2 12 


43 


15 


1 


76 




95 


3 29 


28 


10 


1 


16 




62 


2 16 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


39 


14 


1 


58 




86 


2 97 


48 


17 


1 


97 


1 


06 


3 68 


87 


31 


3 


60 


1 


92 


6 70 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


48 


17 


1 


97 


1 


06 


3 68 


37 


13 


1 


55 




84 


2 89 


18 


7 




75 




41 


1 41 


56 


20 


2 


32 


1 


24 


4 32 


36 


13 


1 


47 




80 


2 76 


69 


24 


2 


84 


1 


52 


5 29 


64 


23 


2 


63 


1 


42 


4 92 


12 


4 




48 




27 


91 



298 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Heirs of Jacob Gar-' 


•in 




11 


4 


42 


24 


81 


Joshua Blodget .... 31 


11 


1 28 


68 


2 38 


Daniel Watts .... 1 09 


39 


4 53 


2 43 


8 44 


District No 7 










Ezra Kimball .... 29 


10 


1 18 


64 


2 21 


Nathan Kimball 






55 


19 


2 26 


1 21 


4 21 


Calvin Kimball . 






18 


7 


75 


41 


1 41 


Archibald Stark 






54 


19 


2 22 


1 20 


4 15 


John Emerson . . 






18 


7 


75 


41 


1 41 


Nehimiah Porter 






22 


8 


93 


50 


1.73 


John Stark Jun Lt 




. 


. 1 34 


48 


5 55 


2 98 


10.35 


Samuel Stark Jur 






18 


7 


75 


41 


1.41 


Amos Kimball . 






1 56 


56 


6 47 


3 46 


12.05 


Matthew Kennedy 






. 1 01 


36 


4 19 


2 24 


7.80 


John Stark Esq . 






1 40 


49 


5 76 


3 09 


10.74 


Charles Stark 








29 


10 


1 18 


64 


2.21 


Albert Stark . 








18 


7 


75 


41 


1.41 


Samuel Stark 








29 


11 


1 19 


65 


2.24 


John Stark 3 rd 








81 


29 


3 36 


1 80 


6.26 


John Babson 








18 


7 


75 


41 


1.41 


Joseph Farmer 








18 


7 


75 


41 


1.41 



August 25 th 1827 At a legal Town Meeting duly notified 
and holden at Manchester Meeting house for the purpose of 
appointing a petit Juror to serve at the Court of common 
Pleas to be holden at Amherst on the first Tuesday of Sep- 
tember next Ephraim Stevens Jun was chosen Moderator of 
said Meeting — proceeded and drew from the Box Archibald 
Gamble Jr to serve the first week 

A true record Attest 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborrough ss. 

To Patten Hall Constable for the Town of Manchester 
Greeting 

We command you in the Name of the State of Newhamp- 
shire to warn all the Inhabitants of Manchester quallified to 



EARLY RECORDS OE MANCHESTER. 299 

vote in Town affairs to meet at the Meetinghouse in said 
Town on Wednesday, the twenty ninth day of August instant, 
at four of the 0. Clock in the afternoon to act on the fol- 
lowing articles 

Article 1 To choose a Moderator to govern the Meeting 
Article 2 nd To see if the Town will vote to lay out a road 
from the Bridge near Mrs. Kidders on the Easterly side of 
the Blodget Canal till it mets the road near George Clarks on 
the condition that the canal Proprietors pay 250 dollars 
Article 3 To see Whether the Town will vote to lay out 
a road from from Henry E. Barratts to Amoskeag Bridge or 
repair the old one and to see what the Town will do in 



300 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Nonresident Inventory and Taxes 




V 


— 1827 Town of Manchester 


© « 


> 
o 


Nonresident owner names De- 


Noof] 

numbe 
acre; 


&2 ?„ 

£ 3 £ 


scription of the Land 


§ 1 


Lewis Stark Part of the Emerson 






Farm 


14 70 


140 


James Emerson Part of ditto . . 


12&13 100 


100 2 


Samuel Head Adjoining ditto . . 


15 8 




Amoskeag Manufacturing Co Land 






adjoining Job Powells Farm . . 


li 




ditto Part of Mill with 






Esq Stark 






Thomas Nesmith Grist Mill near 






Londonderry Line 












Thomas Chenny 


35 


80 


Charles Cox part of Mill near Jon- 






athan Haseltine 






Eichard Dole Land adjoining 






James Pays farm 


20 


80 


Nathaniel Smith Land adjoing 






Ebenezar Comings 


15 


30 


Benjamin Leach Meadow adjoin- 






ing Israel Merrills 


3 




George Menter Land adj. Samuel 






Brown 


30 


100 


John Emerson Land adj. Jonathan 






Young 


10 




Thomas Patterson Jun Saw Mill 






near Israel Webster 






David W. Dickey Land near David 






Dickey 


50 


125 


Robert Adams ditto . . 


15 




George M c Allister Meadow adj. 






ditto 


2 




Johnson Chase Adjoining M c Ques- 






ten & Youngs Land .... 


40 


100 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 301 



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8 






40 


6 


2 


23 


13 


40 


.84 


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20 


3 


1 


12 


6 


20 


.42 






18 




1.50 


21 


8 


87 


47 


1 50 


3.13 






12 




1.00 


14 


5 


58 


31 


1 00 


2.08 










40 


6 


2 


23 


13 


40 


.84 






6 




50 


7 


2 


29 


16 


50 


1.04 










40 


6 


2 


23 


13 


40 


.84 










15 


2 


1 


9 


4 


15 


31 


H 








30 


4 


2 


17 


10 


30 


.63 










50 


7 


2 


29 


16 


50 


1.04 




6 






30 


4 


2 


17 


10 


30 


63 






18 




150 


21 


8 


87 


47 


1 50 


3.13 










63 


8 


3 


38 


20 


63 


1.30 




8 






40 


6 


2 


23 


13 


40 


84 


l 








20 


3 


1 


12 


6 


20 


42 










50 


7 


2 


29 


16 


50 


104 



302 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Dudly Porter House near Israel 

Webster 

Samuel Taylor Land near Gilbert 

Greely 

Henry & James Taylor near or ad- 
joining the same 

William Richardson Meadow ad- 
joining Rowells 

Aaaron Clark ditto . . 

James Parker Heirs Farm occupied 

by Richard Young 

Robert. Hall Land Lying on ball 

Hill Road i No 45 . 

ditto half of Lot No 47. 

adj. the Abbot Farm 

ditto Land Bot. of Jona. 

Young on L. Derry 

road 22 50 

ditto Part of Lot No 36. 
adjoining place Isaac 

Stevens lives on . . 50 100 

Daniel Mack half of No. 47 in 
comon with Robert 

Hall 50 100 

ditto part of Lot No 46 
adj. Thomas Hardy 
and others ... 100 150 



12 


45 


24 


90 


3 


H 


6 


3 


.00 


100 1 


25 


50 


50 


100 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 303 



1 4 



60 30 


4 


2 


17 


10 


30 


63 


23 


3 


1 


13 


7 


23 


47 


45 


7 


2 


24 


14 


45 


92 


30 


4 


2 


17 


10 


30 


63 


60 


8 


3 


35 


19 


60 


1.25 


50 1.35 


19 


7 


77 


43 


1 35 


2.81 


25 


4 


2 


14 


8 


25 


.53 


50 


7 


3 


29 


16 


50 


1.05 



25 4 2 14 8 25 .53 



50 7 3 29 16 50 1.05 



50 7 3 29 16 50 1.05 



75 11 4 42 24 75 1.56 



16 31 2 34 88 9 52 5 25 16 56 34.53 



304 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

State of Newhampshirc Hillsborrough ss. 
To Patten Hall Constable for the Town of Manchester 
Greeting 

We command you in the Name of the State of Newhamp- 
shire to warn all the Inhabitants of said Town quallified to 
vote in town affairs to meet at the Meetinghouse in said Town 
on Wednesday the twenty ninth day of August instant at four 
of the 0. Clock in the afternoon to act on the following ar- 
ticles 

Article 1 st To choose a Moderator to govern the meeting 
" 2 nd to see if the Town will vote to lay out a road 
from the Bridge near Mrs. Kidders on the East- 
erly side of the Canal till it meets the road 
near George Clarks on the condition that the 
canal Proprietors pay 250 dollars 
" 3rd To see Whether the Town will vote to lay 
out a new road from Henry P. Barretts to Amoskeag Bridge 
or repair the old one — Also to see what the Town will do 
with regard to the indictment against them 

And in warning the Inhabitants of said Town you are 
commanded to give fifteen days notice by posting a copy of 
this warrant at John Dwinells Inn in said Town — And make 
due return of this warrant on or before the hour of holding 
said Meeting — Given under our hands and seal At Man- 
chester this thirteenth day of August 1827 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Franklin Moor 

Selectmen 

Pursuant to the above warrant I have notified the Inhabi- 
tants of manchester by posting a copy of the above warrent 
fifteen days before the day of holding said Meeting at Capt. 

John Dwinells in Manchester 

Patten Hall Constable 

Proceedings of Town Meeting Aug. 29. 1827 

At a legal Town Meeting duly notified and holden at the 
Meetinghouse in said Town agreeable to the preceding War- 
rant — Chose Jesse Baker Moderator 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 305 

Voted to dismiss the 2 nd article in the warrant 

Voted that the Selectmen be a Committe to view said road 

and Straighten and repair the old road or Layout a new road 

as they may think most proper 
Voted to dissolve the meeting 

Statee of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 

To the Inhabitants quallified to vote in Town affairs 
Greeting 

Thereby notify and warn all the quallified voters of Man- 
chester to meet at the Meeting house in said Town on Friday 
the twenty aghth day of September instant to act on follow- 
ing articles 

1 st To choose a Moderator to govern and regulate said 
meeting 

2 nd To appoint a Petit Juror to serve at the Superior court 
of Judicature to be holden on the monday the next following 
the first tuesday of October next — Given under my hand 
and seal this fourteenth day of September A. D. 1827 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 

The Inhabitants whin named, met as within directed and 
chose 

Samuel Jackson Moderator 

The meeting then proceed according to the provisions of 
the law and appointed John G. Brown to serve at the above 
named Court 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jur 

Selectmen 
A true copy of record attest 

Samuel Jackson Moderator 

Manchester September 1 st 1827 The undersigned have this 
day laid out a publick Highway as follows (viz) Beginning at 
a bunch of small maples on the east side of the river road 
near the northwest corner of Phillip Stevens farm — said 
maples being on the top of the Hill south side of the small 
Brook below Amoskeag Bridge — thence south twenty de- 



306 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

grees west by a large Stone and an Elm tree in said Stevens 
field fifty two rods to Hibbert Stevens Land thence south 
ten degrees east thirty four rods through Hibbert Stevens 
land to Henry R. Barretts land thence the same course 
through Henry R. Barrets land and by the west end of his 
Barn Seventy two rods to the old road road south of the 
Humphry Brook — said road is laid out two and a half rods 
wide and the line aforsaid is to be the easterly line of the 
road and we have awarded the said Barrett as damages the 
sum of sixty dollars in addition to the old road as now trav- 
eld by his Farm whitich is to be exchanged in part pay for the 
new road laid out as aforesaid — We have also awarded to 
the said Hibbert Stevens as damages in addition to the road 
to be exchanged as the sum of thirty dollars and to the said 
Phillip Stevens we have awarded in addition to the old road 
as damage the sum of sixty dollars 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jun 
Franklin Moor 

Selectmen 
Licences 1827 

The undersigned Selectmen of Manchester Licence James 
Boyes to exercise the business of Taverner at his dwelling 
house in said Town for and during the term of one year from 
the present date agreeable to an act passed July 7 th 1827 

Amos Weston Jun 
Franklin Moor 

Selectmen 
Manchester Nov. 21. 1827 

The undersigned Selectmen of Manchester hereby Licence 

Fredrick G. Stark to sell and mix Spirituous Liquors and 

wines at his Store in said Manchester for and during the 

term of one year from the present date agreeably to an act 

passed July 7 — 1827 

Amos Weston Jun 

Franklin Moor 

Selectmen 

Manchester December 5 th 1827 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 307 

We the Subscribers do hereby licence John Gamble 
retail wine Spirituous and mixed Liquors at his Store in 
Manchester three months from date 

John Eay 
Nath 1 Moor 

Selectmen of Manchester 
April 24 th 1828 

"We the Subscribers hereby Licence David Webster Jun 
to retail wines and Spiritous Liquors at his house as a tavern 
in Manchester six months from date 

John Eay 
Nath 1 Moor 

Selectmen 
Manchester April 22. 1828 

We the subscribers Selectmen of the Town of Londonderry 
and Manchester met this day for the purpose of Perambulating 
the Lines betwen said Town and proceeded as follows (Viz) 
Began at a pitch pine tree Standing in the edge of a 
Swamp at the southeast corner of Chester and run south 
making a proper allowance, for the variation of the needle 
163 rods to a stone in Menter's Field, a few rods southeast 
from the old Mill place, thence west to a Stake and Stones 
in Capt. Joseph Moors field, about 12 rods East of Said Moors 
House thence south to a white Birch Tree marked and letered 
— Standing at the south angle of Manchester and on the west 
line of Londonderry We have also renewed the several marks 
or monuments on Said Line 

Eobert Mack 
Eobert Boyd Jun 

Selectmen of Londonderry 
Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jur 

Selectmen of Manchester 
Manchester December 12 th 1827 

Agreeable to Notice previously posted at John Dwinells 
Inn in Manchester the Inhabitants of said Town Met for the 



308 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

purpose of appointing a Petit Juror to serve at the court of 
common Pleas at Amherst on Monday the next following the 
2 nd Tuesday of February instant proceeded and chose 
Ephraim Stevens Jun Moderator 
And Daniel Watts was drawn to serve as a petit Juror as 
aforsaid — and he has been Notified to attend there on that 
day at ten o. clock in the forenoon 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 
Manchester February 4 th 1828 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborroug ss 

To John Eay one of the Constables of the Town of Man- 
chester Greeting 

In the name of said State you are hereby required to notify 
and warn all the quallified voters in said Manchester to meet 
at the Meetinghouse in said Town on Tuesday the eleventh 
day of March next at ten 0. Clock in the forenoon to act on 
the following articles (Viz). 

Article 1 st To Choose a Moderator to govern and regulate 
the meeting 

Second — To Choose a Town Clerk for the ensuing year. 

Third To choose a board of Selectmen for ditto 

Fourth To choose a person to Eepresent this Town in the 
General Court the ensuing year. 

Fifth To vote by ballot for Governor, Consellor Senator 
County Treasurer and Register of Deeds 

Sixth To Choose all such Town officers as the Laws of this 
State require or may be necessary for the management of the 
affairs of the Town 

Seventh To hear all Town accounts and act thereon. 

Eighth To see how much money the Town will vote to raise 
to defray the Town expenses the ensuing year. 

Ninth To see how much money the Town will vote to raise 
to repair the Highways the ensuing year. 

Tenth To see what method the Town will take to support 
the Paupers, belonging to this Town. 

Eleventh To see if the Town will vote to make an altera- 
tion in the division of the Town into School District. 



EAELY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 309 

Twelfth To see if Town will vote to accept a proposed 
alteraton in the road near Nathaniae Conants and to ex- 

chang the road land 

Thirteenth To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the 
road laid out by the Selectmen through Henry. E Barretts 
Hibbard Stevens and Phillip Stevens Land. 

And in warning and notifying said meeting you are to 
give fifteen days notice by posting a copy of this Warrant at 
some Publick place near the Meetinghouse in said Manchester 
fifteen days prior to the day of holding said Meeting — And 
Make due return of this "Warrant with your doings thereon 
unto the Town Clerk or in his Absence to the Selectmen on 
the day and hour of holding Said Meeting — Given under 
our hands and seals at Manchester the sixteenth day of Feb- 
ruary February Anno domini 1828 

Fredrick G. Stark 
Amos Weston Jun 
Franklin Moor 

Selectmen 

I have notified and warned said meeting by posting a copy 
of the above warrant at the Inn of Dwinnels & Quimbys 

John Eay Constable 

At the annual Meeting of the Inhabitants of Manchester 
holden at the Meetinghouse on the eleventh day of march 
1828 

Nathaniel Moore was chosen Moderator 

Franklin Moor was chosen Town Clerk and Sworn 

John Gamble ) 

John Eay > were selectmen and sworn 

Nathaniel Moor ) 

Franklin Moor was chosen Eepresentative to the General 
Court of Newhampshire — The Meeting then proceeded to 
Vote for State and county officers and the votes were as fol- 
lows Viz. 

For Governor John Bell had 75 Votes 

" " Benjamin Pierce 89 do 



310 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



For Counsellor David L. Morrill . . . 
Matthew Harvey "... 
For Senator David Steel had .... 
Thomas Chandler " . . 
Fo County Treasurer John Secomb " 
" John Bruce — . 
For Eegister of Deeds Ezra Prescott had 
Charles Eichardson 
Joseph Moore was chosen Treasurer and was sworn 
Patten Hall and Daniel Watts were chosen Constable 
Sworn 

The Meeting was then adjourned to March 13 th 1828. 



75 


do 


89 


do 


75 


do 


89 


do 


76 




88 




.89 




.75 





and 



Meet according to adjournment 

The following persons were chosen Surveyors of Highway 
and sworn 

- John Stark Jun 
Job Powell — sworn 
Samuel Jackson sworn 
John G. Brown sworn 
Thomas Gamble sworn 
Eeuben G. Sawyer sworn 
Israel Merrill sworn 
Thomas Cheney 
James Pay sworn 

Nathan Johnson sworn 

Jesse Baker was chosen Tythingman and was sworn 

Voted Charles Blodget J 

" Pussel Moor / Hogreeves and were sworn 

« Hibbard Stevens ) 



District No 1 - 


<c 


" 2 


(C 


" 3 


a 


" 4 


« 


" 5 


« 


" 6 


u 


a ? 


tc 


" 8 


cc 


" 9 


(C 


* 10 



Voted Daniel Watts 
u Granderson Morse 
« Patten Hall 
u Joseph Moor 
« John G. Brown 
" Nath 1 Moor 



Surveyors of wood and were 
> sworn 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER 



311 



Surveyors of Lumber 



Voted George Clark sworn 

" Nathail Moor sworn 

" James Griffin do 

" Samuel Hall do 

" Jona Haseltine 

" Israel Merrill 
Fredrick G. Stark sworn 
Archibald Stark 
Joshua "Webster sworn 
Beuben Moor sworn 
Patten Hall sworn 

Jesse Baker was chosen Field Driver 
Joshua Blodget sworn 
W m P. Harwood do 
Joshua Webster do 
Jonas Harvey do 
James Pay 

Nathaniel Conant & Matthew Kennedy were chosen Cul- 
lers of Staves & Sworn 

Samuel Jackson was chosen Pound Keeper 

David Dickey & James M c Questen were chosen Cullers of 
bricks 

Nathan Johnson was chosen Sealer of Leather 
Fredrick G. Stark was chosen Sealer of weights and meas- 
ures 

The following Persons were chosen prudential committees 
for their respective School Districts (Viz) 



were chosen flshwards 



District No 


1 


John Pay 






« 


2 


Samuel Jackson 






a 


3 


Joseph Moor 






u 


4 


James M c Questen 




* 


ct 


5 


John Proctor 






u 


6 


Daniel Watts 






a 


7 


John Stark Jun 




Voted to allow Fredrick G. Starks account 


as Treasurer 


" to allow 


Joseph Youngs account if it has not been 


paid 











312 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

" to allow Fredrick G. Starks account as Selectman 

" to allow Amos Westons Jur a/c as Selectmen 

" to allow Moses Davis on his a/c four dollars 

Voted To allow Patten Hall account 

Voted To adjourn thirty minuits 

Met according to adjournment and 

Voted To allow Silas Walkers account amounting to 300 

Voted To allow Jon a Youngs account 

Voted To allow John Rays account for services as Con- 
stable 

Voted To allow Plummer Comings account 

Voted To allow John Haseltines Junr bill for Plank 

Voted To raise five hundred dollars to defray the ex- 
penses of the Town 

Voted To raise one dollar on a pole to repair the High- 
ways 

Voted To raise fifty cents on a poll as a Winter Tax 

Voted To sell the Paupers to the Lowest bidder 

Voted to dismiss the eleventh article in the Warrant 

Voted that the Selectmen be a committee to view the road 
near Nathaniel Conants and to exchange the same the said 
Conant shall have made it as good as the old one 

Voted to dismiss the thirteenth article in the warrant 

The Collectorship was then Struck off to Jacob Whitemore 
at 3J cts on the dollar for collection 

Proceeded to Vendue the Paupers and 

Phillis White was Struck off to Ebenezer Webster at one 
dollar pr week 

Abigail Davis was Struck off to James Nutt Jun at on 
doll pr week 

Mrs. Cutler was struck off to Joshua Blodget at sixty five 
cent pr week 

Mrs. Polly Wilson was Struck off to Thomas Cheny at 
forty-five cent pr week 

Wm Perry was struck off to Josiah Parry at fifty three cents 
per week 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 313 

Kichard Hardy and Wife were Struck off to Kichard Young 
at one dollar and eight cents per week 

Clothing and medical aid of all the aforementiond Pau- 
pers excepted 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborrough ss 
To Patten Hall Constable for the Town of Manchester 
Greeting 

We command you in the name of the State of N. Hamp- 
shire to warn all the Inhabitants of said Town quallined to 
vote in Town affairs to meet at the meeting house in said 
Town on Monday the 31 st day of March instant at one of 
the 0' Clock P. M. to act on the following articles (Viz) 
Article 1 st To choose to choos a Moderator to govern the 
Meeting 
2 nd To see if the Town will vote to let the money 
which accrued from the sale of the ministerial Land remain 
in the Town as as a fund the annual Interest of which to be 
appropriated to the support of Preaching 

Article 3 rd To see if the Town will vote to let th money 
willed to the Town of Manchester by Capt John Perham re- 
main in the Town as a fund the interest of which to be ap- 
propriated to the support of preaching 

Article 4 th To see if the Town will vote to Choose a com- 
mittee consisting of one person in each school District to take 
into consideration the expediencly of making an alteration 
in the School Districts and make report to the next Town 
meeting 

And in warning the Inhabitants of said Town you are 
commanded to give fiften days notice by posting a copy of 
this warrant at the Meetinghouse — And to make due return 
of this warrant on or before the hour of holding s d meeting — 
Given under our hands and seal At Manchester this four- 
teenth day of March 1828 

John Gamble 
John Pay 
Kath 1 Moore 

Selectmen of Manchester 



314 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

Hillsborrough ss 

Pursuant to within warrant I have notified the Inhabitants 
by posting a copy of this warrant fifteen days prior to said 
Meeting March 31 st 1828 

Patten Hall Constable 

At a legal Meeting of the Inhabitants of Manchester holden 
at the Meeting house March 31 st 1828 
Fredrick G Stark was chosen Moderator 
Voted To dismiss the Second article in the warrant 
" dismiss the third Article in " 
" " dismiss the 4 th Artille in the warrant 

A true Eecord Attest 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 



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324 



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Taxes for Manchester 
School District No 1 

John Ray .... 

Willard Huntoon . 

George Clark . . 

James Clark . . . 

Patten Hall . . . 

Fredrick G. Stark . 

Eoger Stevens . . 

Betsy Kidder . . 

Heirs of S. B. Kidder 

James Griffin . . 

Stark & Sullivan . 

Phillip Stevens . . 

John Harwood . . 

Jesse Baker . . . 

John Hall . . . 

Job Eowell . . . 

Theophilus Tilton . 

David Harwood 

Jonathan Bussel . . 

Phillip Stevens Jun 

James Hall . . . 

Israel Young . . 

Jonathan Young Jur 

Daniel Young . . 

Nathaniel Merrill Jur. 

Charles Blodget 

Henry E. Barrett . 

Hibbard Stevens 

Samuel Hall . . . 

Euth Stevens . . 

Dana Lamb . . . 

John Gamble . . 

Hesekiah Young . 

Joseph B. Hall . . 



1828 



State County 
Tax Tax 


Town School Highway- 
Tax Tax Tax 


1 44 


88 


7 95 


3 54 


8 50 


18 


10 


93 


41 


1 00 


1 23 


77 


6 96 


3 09 


7 43 


18 


10 


93 


41 


1 00 


1 66 


40 


3 64 


1 61 


3 88 


1 43 


82 


7 48 


3 28 


7 88 


20 


12 


1 11 


49 


1 11 


52 


32 


2 88 


1 28 


3 07 


26 


16 


1 47 


66 


1 57 


19 


12 


1 08 


48 


1 15 


16 


10 


93 


41 


1 00 


1 03 


63 


5 64 


2 54 


6 10 


18 


10 


93 


41 


1 00 


19 


12 


1 08 


48 


1 15 


70 


43 


3 92 


1 74 


4 19 


1 21 


70 


6 37 


2 83 


6 80 


19 


12 


1 08 


48 


1 15 


18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


23 


15 


1 20 


53 


1 29 


33 


21 


1 72 


76 


1 84 


18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


31 


20 


1 60 


71 


1 71 


34 


22 


1 76 


78 


1 88 


18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


59 


34 


2 97 


1 36 


3 26 


51 


33 


2 66 


1 18 


2 84 


1 13 


73 


5 84 


2 59 


6 25 


5 


3 


28 


12 


30 


18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


40 


24 


1 23 


99 


2 38 


96 


.62 


4.96 


2 20 


5.30 


.61 


.38 


3.42 


1.52 


3.19 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



325 



Moses Davis .... 


. 1.07 


.68 


5.52 


2 44 


5.89 


Daniel Hall .... 


1.07 


.68 


5.52 


2.44 


5.89 


James H. Saunders . . 


.22 


.12 


1.15 


.51 


1.25 


Jeremiah Johnson . . 


.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1.00 


Joseph Young . . . . 


.90 


.58 


4.54 


2.16 


4.96 


Thomas Hardy . . . 


.41 


.26 


2.14 


.95 


2.29 


Ephraim Stevens Jun . 


1.21 


.78 


6.26 


2.78 


6.69 


Isaac Farmer . . . 


.39 


.24 


1.95 


.87 


2.09 


Hubbard Hardy . . 


.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1.00 


Eobert Stevens . . . 


.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


.00 


Ephraim Stevens . 


2 


.2 


.14 


6 


16 


Eichard Young . . . 


.57 


.37 


2.97 


1.32 


3.18 


John Griffin .... 


.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1.00 


Samuel Jackson . . . 


.82 


.52 


4.22 


2.92 


4.51 


John Dwinells . . . 


.42 


.27 


2.16 


.96 


2.31 


Elisha Quimbey . . . 


1.02 


.67 


5.25 


2.33 


5.61 


John Young Jun . . 


.52 


.33 


2.70 


1.20 


2.88 


Josiah Perry 


.19 


.12 


1.08 


.48 


1.15 


Israel Brown Jur . . 


.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1.00 


Nathaniel Merrill . . 


.28 


.18 


1.45 


64 


1.56 


Ezekiel S. Merrill . . 


.28 


.18 


1.45 


.64 


1.56 


Moses Hall .... 


.23 


.14 


1.18 


.52 


1.27 


Samuel Brown . . . 


.84 


.54 


4.33 


1.92 


4.63 


Israel Brown . . . 


.19 


.12 


1.08 


.48 


1.15 


James Arwine . . . . 


.26 


.17 


1.36 


.60 


1.4? 


Joseph Farmer . . . 


.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1 .00 


John G-. Brown . . . 


.52 


.32 


2.88 


1.28 


3.07 


Nath 1 Baker .... 


.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1.00 


William Haseltine . . 


.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1 00 


Eoss Barrett .... 


18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1.00 


School District No 3 












Joseph Andrus . . . 


.62 


.40 


3.21 


1.43 


3.48 


John Young 


.63 


.41 


3.27 


1.45 


3.50 


William Snow . . . 


.19 


.12 


1.08 


.47 


1.14 


Joseph Moor . . . 


3.16 


2.03 


16.27 


7.33 


17.33 


Nathaniel Moor . . . 


1.93 


1.24 


9.93 


4.41 


10.62 



326 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Cyrus Moor . . 






.77 


.49 


3.99 


1.77 


4.27 


James Nutt . . 






1.16 


.74 


5.97 


2.65 


6.39 


James Nutt Jun 






.43 


.28 


2.17 


.96 


2.32 


David Dickey . . 






1.20 


.77 


6.17 


2.74 


6.60 


William Dickey . 






.42 


27 


2.16 


.96 


2.31 


Peter Young . . 






.83 


.53 


4 22 


2 92 


4 51 


Franklin Moor . 






59 


34 


2 97 


1 36 


3 26 


Reuben Moor 






49 


31 


2 55 


1 13 


2 73 


Russel Moor . . 






39 


25 


2 01 


89 


2 15 


Gilman Moor 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


Samuel Corning 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


Jesse Johnson . 






24 


15 


1 26 


56 


1 35 


Joseph C Moor . 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


Daniel Wheeler . 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


Thomas Wells . 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


James Emerson . 






28 


18 


1 45 


64 


1 56 


Jonas Harvey 






1 84 


1 17 


9 43 


4 19 


10 09 


Gilman Harvey . 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


John Harvey 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


Israel Merrill 






1 35 


83 


7 58 


3 34 


8 04 


Peter Emerson . 






74 


47 


3 81 


1 69 


4 08 


David Webster Jr. 






. 1 37 


88 


7 05 


3 13 


7 54 


Franklin Webster 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


John Calfe . . 






54 


35 


2 82 


1 26 


3 02 


Jacob Brown 






28 


18 


1 45 


64 


1 56 


Tyler Brown 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


James Ray . . 






74 


46 


3 81 


1 68 


4 07 


John Brown . . 






67 


43 


3 45 


1 53 


3 69 


Samuel Jacobs . 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


School District No 4 










Amos Weston Jun ... 92 


59 


4 75 


2 11 


5 07 


Amos Weston 






60 


39 


3 13 


1 39 


3 49 


James M c Questen 






83 


53 


4 22 


1 85 


4 51 


Isaac Huse . . 






. 2 50 


1 60 


13 87 


5 72 


14 52 


John G. Webster 






48 


31 


2 50 


1 11 


2 68 


John Haseltine . 






44 


28 


2 30 


1 02 


2.46 


Stephen Heseltine 






.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1.00 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



327 



Kadmoil Haseltine 






.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1.00 


Silas Haseltine . 






45 


29 


2 32 


1 02 


2 49 


Reuben Sawyer . 






74 


46 


3 81 


1 68 


4 09 


Reuben G. Sawyer 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


Hugh Boyes . . 






. 1 48 


95 


7 63 


3 39 


8 15 


Samuel Boyes . 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


James Boyes 






29 


19 


1 46 


64 


1 57 


James Young 






.68 


44 


3 45 


1 53 


3 70 


Samuel Giles 






22 


14 


1 15 


51 


1 23 


Elijah Flint . . 






45 


29 


2 35 


1 04 


2 52 


Benjamin Corning 






60 


38 


3 11 


1 38 


3 22 


Gilbert Greely . 






92 


59 


4 75 


2 11 


5 07 


Archibald Gamble 






. 2 31 


1 48 


11 88 


5 28 


12 69 


Thomas Gamble 






23 


15 


1 20 


53 


1 29 


Archibald Gamble I 


"un 




92 


59 


4 75 


2 11 


5 09 


Samuel Gamble . 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


Daniel Harris 






53 


33 


2 88 


1 28 


3 07 


Willard Harris . 






53 


33 


2 88 


1 28 


3 07 


John Dickey . . 






39 


25 


2 01 


89 


2 15 


Jona Dickey . . 






53 


33 


2 89 


1 29 


3 10 


Jonathan Haseltine 






77 


49 


3 99 


1 77 


4 27 


John Webster 






1 08 


69 


5 59 


2 47 


5 96 


Israel Webster . 






1 67 


95 


8 60 


3 83 


9 20 


Joshua Webster . 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


Amos Webster . 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


David Webster . 






24 


15 


1 36 


60 


1 46 


Ebenezer Webster 






45 


29 


2 32 


1 02 


2 47 


Amos Webster Jun 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


John Haseltine Jun 






60 


39 


3 14 


1 40 


3 50 


Edward Haseltine 






59 


34 


2 96 


1 35 


3 24 


Nath 1 Conant 






49 


31 


2 51 


1 12 


2 68 


Jona Young . . . 






1 22 


75 


6 06 


3 00 


7 23 


Edward Young . . 






46 


28 


2 55 


1 13 


2 73 


Cyrus Young , . 






43 


28 


2 17 


96 


2 32 


Jon a Young 3 rd . 






28 


17 


1 58 


70 


1 69 


John P. Young . , 






18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


Granderson Morse . 






76 


47 


4 24 


1 88 


4 54 



328 



MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Moses Moor . . 
George Corning . 
David Corning . 
Franklin Stevens 
Hazen Boyes . . 
Daniel Clough . 
William Dickey Ju 
Israel Webster Jun 
Sewel Haseltine 
Johnson Morse . 
District No 5 
Nathan Johnson 
David Dickey Jun 
John Proctor 
Edward Proctor 
Hazen Davis . . 
Jeptha Haseltine 
Amos Merrill 
Asa Haseltine . 
Absolom Haseltine 
Nathan Johnson Jun 
School District No 6 
Jacob Whitemore 
Daniel Watts 
Joshua Blodget . 
Thomas Chenny 
Widow Garven . 
Heirs of Jacob Garvin 
School District No 7 
Ezra Kimball 
Samuel E. Kimball 
Nathan Kimball 
John Emerson . 
James Emerson 
Nehemiah Porter 
Archibald Sark . 



18 


11 




93 




41 


1.00 


19 


12 


1 


08 




48 


1.15 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


46 


28 


2 


50 


1 


12 


2 73 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


27 


16 


1 


51 




69 


1 62 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


48 


30 


2 


70 


1 


20 


2 88 


64 


39 


3 


56 


1 


58 


3 80 


54 


33 


3 


01 


1 


34 


3 22 


82 


50 


1 


57 


2 


03 


4 88 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


65 


39 


3 


60 


1 


60 


3 86 


27 


17 


1 


53 




68 


1 64 


37 


23 


2 


08 




92 


2 23 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


62 


38 


3 


55 


1 


58 


3 80 


12 


72 


5 


83 


2 


59 


6 25 


39 


24 


1 


95 




87 


2 09 


61 


33 


3 


38 


1 


50 


3 62 


11 


6 




61 




27 


65 


9 


5 




54 




24 


57 


50 


30 


2 


78 


1 


22 


2 90 


27 


16 


1 


51 




67 


1 61 


46 


28 


2 


51 


1 


12 


2 73 


18 


11 




93 




41 


1 00 


42 


27 


2 


28 


1 


00 


2 44 


22 


14 


1 


15 




51 


1 23 


59 


34 


2 


97 


1 


36 


3 26 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 



329 



John Stark Jim 
Samuel Stark Ju 
Kobert Stark 
Amos Kimball 
Mathew Kennedy 
John Stark . 
Albert Stark 
Charles Stark 
Samuel Stark 
John Stark 3 rd 
William Colby 



36 


83 


7 58 


3 34 


8 04 


18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


.18 


.11 


.93 


.41 


1 00 


.40 


.86 


7.77 


3.45 


8.32 


99 


60 


5 48 


2 43 


5 86 


37 


84 


7 70 


3 43 


8 22 


18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 


28 


17 


1 58 


70 


1 69 


24 


15 


1 35 


59 


1 46 


59 


3-4 


2 97 


1 36 


3 26 


18 


11 


93 


41 


1 00 



330 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 



Nonresident Inventory and Taxes 1828 Town „ %? 

« m 1 3 
of Manchester of ©J 



9-5 



Samuel Head Land adjoining James Emerson 15 8 a 

Amosgeag Man g Co Land adjoining Job 

Bowels Fam L| 

ditto Part of Mill with Squire 
Stark 

Thomas Nesmith Grist Mill near Londonderry 

Line 35 80 

L & M Jackson Land adjoining Thomas 

Cheney 35 80 

Charles Cox Part of Mill near Jonathan Hasel- 
tine 

Richard Dole Land adjoing James Rays Farm 20 80 

Nathaniel Smith do do Ebenezer Corn- 
ing 15 30 

Benjamin Leach Meadow adjoining Israel 
Merrill 

George Menter Land adjoining Samuel Brown 

John Emerson do do Jonathan Young 

David W. Dickey the Ebenezer Corning Farm 
adj — g L. Derry line 

Robert Adams Land adjoing David Dickeys 
land 

George M c Allister Meadow adjoining do . . 

Dudley Porter House near Israel Webster . . 

Samuel Taylor Land near Gilbert Greelys . . 

Henry & James Taylor do ... 

William Richardson Meadow adjoining Row- 
ells 

Aaron Clark " do do 

Heirs of James Parker Farm occupied by 

Richard Young 100 100 

Robert Hall Land adjoining Ball Hill Road 

i No 45 25 40 

" ditto half of lot No 47 adjoining 

the Abbot Farm 50 75 

ditto Land Bot of Jon* Young 

Jun on the Londonderry road 22 50 

ditto Part of Lot No 36 adjoin- 
ing Moses Halls 50 75 

Daniel Mack half of Lot No 47 in common 

with Robert Hall 50 75 

ditto Part of Lot No 46 adjoin- 
ing Thomas Hardys 100 150 



3 




30 


100 


10 




50 


100 


15 




2 




12 


45 


24 


90 


3 




6 





EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 331 



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8 






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5 


3 


28 


12 


30 


l 








20 


3 


1 


14 


.06 


15 






8 




150 


19 


12 


97 


48 


1 01 






12 




100 


13 


8 


72 


32 


76 










40 


5 


3 


28 


12 


30 






6 




50 


6 


4 


36 


16 


38 










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5 


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30 


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23 










50 


6 


4 


36 


16 


38 




6 






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21 


9 


23 


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115 


14 


9 


82 


36 


88 




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40 


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28 


12 


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20 


2 


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60 


30 


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21 


9 


23 










23 


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15 


7 


16 










45 


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32 


14 


34 


li 








30 


3 


2 


21 


9 


23 


3 








60 


6 


4 


42 


18 


46 


1 


4 




50 


135 


17 


10 


94 


42 


1 00 










20 


2 


1 


14 


6 


15 










38 


5 


3 


27 


11 


29 










25 


3 


1 


18 


8 


19 










38 


5 


3 


27 


11 


29 










38 


5 


3 


27 


11 


29 










75 


9 


6 


54 


24 


58 



332 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

The undersigned Selectmen of Manchester have this day 
marked and laid out a publick Highway as follows — com- 
mencing at the Highway near Nathaniel Conants Barn — 
thence south 38 degrees west Sixteen rods to a State — thence 
South 67 degrees West Sixty rods — thence South 50 rods 
west twenty six rods — thence south 77 degrees west thirteen 
rods to the Highway near Williams Dickeys House — said 
road to be made on the above line, or as near thereto as good 
ground will admit — and is allowed to be three rods wide — 

John Gamble 
John Ray 

Selectmen of Manchester 
May 10 th 1828 

Manchester July 26 th 1828 
We the Subscribers do hereby licence John Gamble to 
Retail Spirituous and mixed Liquors at his Store in Manches- 
ter three Months from the present date 

John Ray 
Nath 1 Moor 

Selectmen of Manchester 

This may certify that we the Subscribers Selectmen of 
Manchester do hereby grant Samuel Jackson of said Man- 
chester Licence to retail Wines and Spirituous Liquors by the 
pint or Larger quantity at his store in Manchester aforsaid 
for and during the term of one year from this date agreeably 
to provisions of an act entitled an act regulating Licenced 
Houses approved July 7 th 1827 

John Gamble 
John Ray 

Selectmen of Manchester 
Manchester Sept 4 th 1828 

Recorded Sept 4 th 1828 

Franklin Moor T. Clerk 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss. 
To Patten Hall Constable for the Town of Manchester 
— Greeting 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 333 

You are hereby required in the name of the State of New- 
hampshire to warn all the Inhabitants of said Town quallified 
to vote in Town affairs to meet at the Meetinghouse in said 
Town on Saturday the 26 th day of July instant at four 0. 
Clock P. M. to act on the following articles (Viz) 

Article 1 st To Choose a Moderator to govern thee Meeting 



Article 2 nd To see if the Town will choose an agent to op- 
pose the Mammouth Eoad 

Article 3 rd To see if the Town will vote to refund part or 
all of the money paid by Retailers and Taverners for Li- 
cences 

And in warning the Inhabitants of said Town you are to 
give fifteen days notice by posting a copy of this Warrant 

at the Meetinghouse in said Manchester 

And to make due return of this Warrant on or before the 
Hour of holding said Meeting 

Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this fifth 
day of July 1828. 

John Gamble 
John Ray 
Nath 1 Moor 

Selectmen of Manchester 

At a Meeting of the Inhabitants of Manchester legally 
notified and holden at the Meetinghouse in said Town 

Nathaniel Moore was chosen Moderator 

The Meeting then adjourned to the 16 th day of August 
(next at 4 0. Clock P. M. 

Met according to adjournment — proceeded to take the sinse 
of the meeting to know how many were in favour of the said 
road, and four rose in favour and about seventy rose against 

it. 

Voted to choose an agent to oppose the said road who is to 
be subject to the controul of the Selectmen — And Daniel 
Watts was chosen an agent — to oppose said road — 

Voted to dismiss the third article in the warrant — The 
meeting dissolved 



334 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

At a Meeting of the Inhabitants of Manchester holden at 
the Meetinghouse in said Town — a "Venire was then read 
requiring the appointment of one Petit Juror to serve at 
the court of common Pleas to be holden at Amherst on the 
first Tuesday of September next 

Nathaniel Moor was chosen Moderator 

Proceeded to draw from the box one man to serve at the 
Court of Common Pleas as aforsaid — and John Stark was 
appointed for that purpose — and he has been duly notified 
thereof 

Attest 

Franklin Moor T. Clerk 

Manchester Aug. 16 th 1828 

We the Subscribers Selectmen of the Town of Manchester 
have this tenth day of September one thousand eight hundred 
and twenty eight layed out a Publick Highway as hereinafter 
described Beginning at the west side of the old Road south of 
Peter Emersons dwelling House at a small Appletree stand- 
ing near a ledge thence south ten degrees east twenty rods 
through part of Gilman Harveys land thence south four 
degrees west eighty rods through the remainder of Gilman 
Harveys Land and John Young's land and a part of David 
Dickey's Land — thence South fifteen degrees east one 
hundred and forty rods through the runing part of David 
Dickeys land — also through land owned by Piobert Adams 
to Londonderry line — to a stake standing between two white 
oak trees 

We do hereby award Gilman Harvey fifteen dollars, John 
Young ten dollars, David Dickey one hundred and fifty dol- 
lars and Eobert Adams ten dollars 

John Gamble 
Nath 1 Moore 

Selectmen of Manchester 



Recorded Sept 18 th 1828 



Franklin Moore Town Clerk 



We the subscribers do hereby Licence Samuel Jackson of 
Manchester to retail spirituous and mixed Liquors and keep 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 335 

a Tavern at his dwelling house in Manchester one year from 
this date 

John Gamble 

John Ray 

Selectmen of Mantr 
Manchester Oct 28 th 1828 

We the Subscribers do hereby Licence John Gamble to 
retail Wine and spirituous Liquors six months at his store 
in Manchester 

John Ray 
Nath 1 Moore 

Selectmen of Manchester 
Manchester Oct 24 th 1828 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborrough ss 

To Daniel Watts Constable for the Town of Manchester 
1828 Greeting 

You are hereby notified in the name of said State of New- 
hampshire, to notify and warn a Meeting of the Inhabitants 
of said Town of Manchester who are quallifled to vote 
in the choice of Senators for the State legislator to be holden 
at the Meeting house in said Manchester on Monday the 
third day of November next at one O'Clock P. M. to act on 
the following articles (Viz) 

1 st To choose a Moderator to govern said Meeting 

2 nd To vote by ballot for eight persons to be Electors of 
President and Vice President of the United States agreeably 
to the laws of this State 

3 rd To see if the Town will vote to lay out the road from 
Moses Halls in said Manchester over Bald Hill Road to the 
Londonderry Turnpike near Jepthah Heseltine 

And make due return of this warrant with your doings 
thereon unto the Town Clerk or in his absence to the Select- 
men on or before the time of holding said Meeting — Given 
under our hands and seal at Manchester this tenth day of 
October in the year of our Lord 1828 

John Gamble 
John Ray 
Nath 1 Moore 



336 MANCHESTER HISTORIC COLLECTIONS. 

State of Newhampshire Hillsborrough ss 

Pursuant to the within warrant I have warned all the legal 
Voters in Manchester by posting a true and attested copy 
of within warrant at the Meeting house fifteen days before 
the third day of November 

Daniel Watts Constable 

State of Newhampshire 

At a legal Town Meeting duly notified and holden at the 
Meeting House in Manchester in the County of Hillsborrough 
on the first monday of November in the year of our Lord 
eighteen hundred and twenty eight the following votes of 
the Inhabitants of said Town present and quallified to vote 
for Senators in the State Legislature, were given in for Elece- 
tors of President and Vice President of the Uxiited States, 
and were received in presence of the Selectmen of said Town 
in open Meeting by the Moderator thereof, who in said 
Meeting in presence of the said Selectmen and the Clerk of 
said Town sorted and counted said votes and at the Close 
of the Poll made a publick declaration thereof with the 
name of every person voted for and the number of votes 
for each person as follows 

For George Sullivan 67 votes 

" Samuel Quarles 67 " 

" Samuel Sparhark 67 " 

" William Bixbey 67 " 

" Nahum Parker 67 " 

Thomas Woolson 67 " 

Ezra Bartlett 67 « 

William Lovjoy 67 " 

For John Harvey 97 vote 

Benning M. Bean 97 do 

William Pickering 97 " 

Jesse Bowers 97 " 

Jonathan Nye 97 " 

Aaron Matson 97 " 

Stephen P. Webster .... 97 " 
Moses White 97 " 



EARLY RECORDS OF MANCHESTER. 337 

Ephraim Stevens Jun was chosen Moderator of the said 
Meeting and the votes having been given in for Electors of 
President and Vice President proceeded to act on the third 
article in the warrant — the Meeting voted to dismiss the 
same — the Meeting was then dissolved 

A true record Attest 

Franklin Moor Town Clerk 

Manchester December 29 th 1828 
We the undersigned Selectmen of the Town of Manchester, 
do this day lay out a Highway through Land of Wescoats 
bounded as follows. Beginning at the southwest corner of the 
Corning Mill yard thence south 16 " East thirty rods to a 
White oak tree standing on the south side of said Wescoats 
land. Said road is laid out two rods wide. And we the 
Selectmen award the said Weseoat for his land fifteen dol- 
lars to be paid by the Petitioners for said road 

John Gamble 
Nath 1 Moore 

Selectmen of Manchester 
Recorded December 29 th 1829 

Franklin Moore Town Clerk . 



INDEX. 



INDEX OF NAMES OF PERSONS. 



Abbott, (farm), 124 

Adams & Boyes, 102, 108, 124, 

198, 208, 233 

Dickey, 167, 182, 199, 

208, 233 

Jackson, 29 

Eedfield, 102, 108, 124, 

198, 208, 233, 242 

Adams, Kobert, 168, 182, 199, 

208, 234, 242, 263, 

270, 300, 330, 334 (2) 

Aiken, Edward, 97, 105 

Joseph, 254, 265, 284, 294 

Andrew, William, 149, 157, 

168, 182 

Andrus, Joseph, 98, 105, 115, 122, 

128, 144, 152, 163, 171, 

177, 194, 203, 228, 238, 

257, 266, 278, 286, 295, 

318, 325 

Arwin, Alexander, 71 

Family, 72, 87, 90, 91, 

92, 116, 139 

James, 70, 116, 286, 294, 

318, 325 

Austin, Samuel, 121, 127 

Ayers, Eichard H. 41, 66, 88, 

111, 114, 136 



Babson, John, 95, 103, 120, 125, 

141, 151, 169, 174, 192, 

200, 216, 226, 236, 291, 

298 

Bachelder, William, 



121, 127, 
143, 152 
110, 212 
232 



Badger, William, 

Bagley, Phinehas, 

Bailey, Phinehas, 123, 131, 148, 

154, 163, 173, 180, 



Bailey, Phinehas, 196, 207, 213, 

269, 290, 297 

William, 290 

William, Jr., 297 

Baker, Benjamin, 124, 149, 

156, 167, 181, 197, 208 

233, 241, 242, 262, 270 

Baker, Jesse, 66, 72, 74, 81 (2), 

83, 87, 88, 92, 96, 104, 

120, 125, 142, 151, 277, 
278 (4), 284, 294, 304, 
310, 311, 315, 324 

Joseph, 71 

Nathaniel, 19, 23, 33, 42, 

44, 48, 49, 58, 67, 70, 

74, 83, 97, 105, 116, 

121, 125, 142, 152, 156, 
163, 167, 170, 176, 193, 
202, 218, 228, 237, 242, 
256, 266, 285, 294, 

319, 325 

Nathaniel, Jr., 58, 97, 

105, 121, 125 

Barker, , of Andover, 168, 

182, 198, 208, 234, 241, 

263 

David, 110 

Eichard, 29,36,54,61,102 

William, 149 

Barrett, Henry E., 23, 33, 48, 58, 

75, 84, 96, 104, 113, 
117, 120, 125, 142, 151, 
159, 170, 175, 188, 189, 
193, 201, 226, 237, 265, 
278, 283, 293, 299, 304, 
306 (2), 309, 316, 324 

Eoss, see Bartlett, 265, 

278, 284, 293, 316, 

319 325 

Bartlett, Ezra, 110, 277', 336 

Ichabod, 159, 211, 276 

Josiah, 211 

Eoss, 255 



341 



342 



INDEX. 



Bartley, Dr. Hugh, 182, 186, 

190, 223 

Robert, 29, 36, 54, 61, 

102, 108, 124, 132, 149, 

156, 167, 181, 254 

Bayley, Robert, 240, 261 

Bean, Benning M., 336 

Bell, John, 309 

Samuel, 66, 88, 114, 136 

Bixby, William, 336 

Blodget, Charles, 169, 174, 194, 

203, 226, 236, 254, 265, 

284, 294, 310, 316, 324 

Joshua, 25, 34, 53, 61, 

79, 85, 101, 107, 116 

(2), 123, 131, 139, 148, 

155, 173, 181, 190, 207, 

217, 218, 233, 240, 249, 

261, 269, 280, 291, 298, 

311, 312, 323, 328 

William, 25 

Bowers, Jesse, 336 

Bowman & Moulton, 149, 155, 

167, 181 

Boyd, Robert, Jr., 307 

Boyes, Alexander, 213, 218 

Eleanor, 213, 218 

Hazen G., 173, 180, 230, 

239, 260, 268, 322, 32S 

Hugh, 29, 36, 54, 61, 79, 

86, 101, 107, 115 (2), 

122, 130, 147, 154, 172, 

179, 195, 206, 210, 230, 

239, 259, 268, 288, 296, 

320, 327 

James, 173. 1R0. 195, 206, 

210, 215, 2^0, 239, 259, 

268, 288, 295, 306, 320 

327 

John, 19, 25, 34 

John M., 196, 207, 209 

Jonathan, 213, 218 

Marjory, Mrs., 213, 218, 

249 

Mary, 213, 218 

Reuben, 24, 34 

Samuel, 229, 238. 258, 

267, 2S8, 296, 320, 327 

William, 212 

Brooks, Isaac, 19, 41, 66, 88, 114, 

136, 162, 187, 215, 248, 

276 

Benjamin, 121, 127 

Brown, Israel, 23. 33, 48, 58, 75, 

84, 105, 121, 127, 143, 



Brown, Israel, 152, 157, 163, 193, 

202, 228, 237, 256, 266, 

285, 294, 317, 325 

Israel, Jr., 23, 33, 57, 74, 
83, 96, 97, 104, 144, 
152, 287, 295, 317, 325 

Jacob, 24, 33, 39, 49, 59, 

62, 67, 76, 84, 98, 105, 

121, 128, 144, 162, 229, 

238, 249, 258, 267, 288, 

296, 319, 326 

John, 24, 33, 39, 42, 49, 
59, 62, 67 (2), 76, 84, 
89, 98, 105, 122, 128, 
135, 144, 152, 171, 177, 

194, 203, 213, 215, 216, 
228, 238, 248, 257, 266, 
286, 295, 319, 326 

John, Jr., 19 

124 

John G., 23, 33, 48, 58, 
75, 84, 98, 105, 121, 
127, 137, 143, 152, 170, 
176, 193, 202, 228, 237, 
248, 257, 266, 286, 294, 
305, 310 (2), 319, 325 
Samuel, 49, 59, 62, 76, 
85, 9S, 105, 122, 129, 
144, 152, 171, 178, 188, 

195, 229, 238, 248, 249, 
257, 267, 286, 294, 300, 

317, 325, 330 

Titus, 211, 215, 276, 

277, 326 

Tyler, 2S7, 295, 319 

William, 34 

Bruce, John, 310 

Buffum, Joseph, Jr., 66 

Buller, Nathan, 16, 85 

Burgin, Hall, 212 

Buswell, or Buzzell, Daniel, 124, 

133, 149, 157, 168, 182 

Hezekiah D., 136, 162 

Butler, Nathan, 53, 79 

Josiah, 66, 110 

Butterfield, Jonathan, 102, 108, 

149, 157, 168, 182 



Calef, or Calfe, John, 25, 50, 59, 
63. 67. 76, 84, 98, 105, 
122, 129, 145, 153, 171, 



INDEX. 



343 



Calef, or Calfe, John, 178, 188, 

189, 194, 204, 216, 229, 

238, 248, 257, 267, 278, 

287, 296, 319, 326 

Chandler, Ensign, 177, 194, 204 

Thomas, 19, 30, 36, 

41, 110, 111, 215, 248, 

276, 277, 310 

Chase, Johnson, 29, 36, 54, 62, 

124, 133, 149, 157, 168, 

182, 198, 208, 234, 241, 

226, 270, 300 

Joseph, Jr., 112 

Henry B., 215 

Cheney, Thomas, 196, 207, 233, 

240, 261, 269, 291, 297, 

300, 310, 312, 322, 

328, 330 

Choate, William, 124, 132 

Clark, Aaron, 123, 130, 145, 153, 

172, 179, 195, 206, 230, 

239, 302, 330 

George, 141, 151, 169, 175, 

192, 201, 215, 226, 236, 

248, 249, 255, 265, 272, 

283, 293, 299, 304, 

315, 324 

James, 141, 151, 169, 174, 

192, 200, 225, 236, 284, 

294, 315, 324 

Claggett, Clifton, 66 

Clongh, Daniel, 322, 328 

Coggswell, Wade, 28, 35, 53, 61, 

80, 86, 106, 107 

Colby, William, 322, 329 

Colley, Josiah, 22, 32 

Conant, Nathaniel, 53, 60, 77, 85, 

89, 99, 106, 123, 130, 

146, 153, 164, 172, 179, 

189, 196, 207, 209, 216, 

230, 239, 249, 260, 268, 

278 (2), 289, 297, 309, 

311, 312, 321, 327, 332 

Mrs. Sarah, 53, 60, 64, 

77, 85, 99, 106, 123, 

130, 146, 153, 172, 180 
Coombs, William, 22, 32, 41, 

47, 57 

William, Jr., 47, 57, 74, 

83, 97, 105 

Coming, Abel, 78, 85, 101, 123, 

131, 147, 154, 210 

241, 271 
Benjamin, 27, 35, 42. 



Corning, Benjamin, 51, 60, 78, 
85, 90, 100, 106, 123, 
130, 147, 154, 163, 164, 
172, 179, 195, 206, 210, 
216, 230, 239, 260, 268, 
278, 289, 296, 320, 327 
Ebenezer, 26, 35, 51, 60, 
78, 85, 101, 107, 123, 
130, 154, 156 (2), 163, 

196, 198, 209, 230, 239, 
241, 249, 260, 268, 271, 

297, 300, 330 

Ezra, 26, 35, 51, 60 

Daniel, 76, 84, 97, 105, 

121, 127, 143, 152, 170, 

193, 203, 228, 237, 

255, 266 

David, 231, 239, 260, 

290, 297, 322, 328 

George, 26, 35, 60, 123, 

130, 147, 154, 172, 179, 

195, 206, 210, 230, 239, 

248, 260, 268, 278, 290, 

297, 321, 323 

Joshua, 143, 152, 170, 

175, 193, 203, 222, 

255, 266 

Joshua, Jr., 121, 128, 143, 

152, 171, 176, 195, 203, 

228, 237 

Nathaniel, 196, 209, 231, 

239, 260, 268, 290, 297 

Plummer, 27, 35, 51, 

60, 312 

'Samuel, 318, 326 

Cox, Charles, 29, 36, 54, 62, 102, 

108, 149, 156, 167, 181, 

197, 208, 233, 242, 262, 

270, 300, 330 
Crosby, Josiah, 287, 295 

Cummings, William, 257, 266 
Currier, Richard, 29, 36 

Cutler, , of Boston, 102 

Elizabeth, 218, 250, 277, 

280, 312 

Cutter, or Cutler, William, 22 



Davis, Abigail, 44, 69, 70, 91, 116, 

139, 218, 250, 280, 312 

Hazen, 24, 33, 121, 128, 

144, 152, 193, 201, 226, 

236, 248, 322, 328 



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INDEX. 



Davis, John, 24, 33, 121 

Moses, 22, 32, 42, 47, 58, 

74, 83, 96, 104, 114, 

121, 127, 142, 151, 156, 
167, 170, 175, 193, 201, 
215, 227, 237, 256, 266, 
285, 294, 312, 316, 325 

Samuel, 28, 35, 49, 58, 89, 

97, 105 

William, 290, 297 

Day, Joseph, 95, 103 

Dickey, David, 25, 34, 50, 59, 62, 

67, 77, 85, 89, 99, 106, 

122, 129, 138, 145, 153, 
156, 164, 171, 189, 194, 
199, 204, 215, 216 (2), 
229, 238, 242 (2), 249, 
258, 263, 267, 271 (2), 
279, 287, 295, 318, 326, 

330, 334 (3) 

David, Jr., 79, 86, 101, 

107, 123, 131, 146, 153, 

173, 178, 180, 188 (2), 

196, 207, 232, 240, 261, 

269, 278, 290, 297, 

322, 328 

David W., 270, 300, 330 

James, 145, 153 

John, 19 (2), 27, 31, 35. 

37, 40 (2), 43, 52, 55, 

56, 60, 62, 65, 68, 79, 

86, 89, 101, 107, 115, 

123, 131, 135, 139, 146, 
153, 161, 172, 180, 189, 
196. 206, 209, 232, 240, 
249, 259, 267, 282, 

321, 327 

John, Jr., 207, 209, 232, 

240, 261, 269, 287, 295 

John. Esq., 28 

Jonathan, 57, 79, 86, 101, 

107, 115, 123, 131, 137, 

146, 153, 172, 180, 196, 

206, 209, 215, 232, 240, 

259, 267, 489, 496, 

321, 327 

William, 171, 178, 194, 

204, 229, 238, 248, 258, 

259, 267, 2S7, 295, 318, 

326, 328 

William, Jr., 267, 322, 

328 

Dinsmore. Samuel, 110, 162 

Dodge, Ninian, 176 



Dole, Richard, 29, 36, 53, 61, 102, 

107, 124, 132, 149, 156, 

167, 181, 198, 208, 230, 

238, 262, 270, 300, 330 

Dustin, Timothy, 29, 36, 54, 62 

Dutton, Roger, 21, 31 

Duty, Mark (heirs), 53, 102, 108, 

124, 132, 149, 156, 167, 

181, 197, 208 

Dwinnell, John, 23, 33, 49, 58, 66, 

67, 75, 84, 91 (2), 96, 

102, 104, 115, 117 (2), 

118, 119, 121, 127, 143, 

152, 170, 176, 186, 188, 

193, 202, 220 (2), 222, 

227, 237, 255, 265, 272, 

273, 281, 285, 294, 304 

(2), 307, 317, 325 

Dwinnell & Quimby, 276 



Eastman, Moses, 41 

Nehemiah, 211, 276, 

277 

Emerson, Charles, 19, 32, 46, 47, 

57, 73, 83 

James, 229, 238, 258, 

267, 287, 295, 300, 319, 

322, 326, 328, 330 

John, 19, 31, 46, 57, 

73, 82, 95, 103, 119, 

125, 141, 150, 163, 169, 

174, 192, 198, 200, 208, 

225. 233, 236, 242, 262, 

263, 269, 270, 291, 298, 

300, 322, 328, 330 

John, Jr., 25, 34 

Peter 25, 34, 42, 50, 59, 

67, 77. 85. 99. 106, 

122, 129, 145, 153, 164, 

171, 178, 194, 204, 229, 

238, 258, 267, 287, 295, 

319, 326, 334 

& Harvey, 54, 102, 124 

Evans, Estwicke, 159 



Farmer, Isaac, 75, 84, 97, 104, 

121, 127, 143, 152, 170, 

176, 193, 227, 237, 248, 

254, 265, 285, 294, 317, 

325 



INDEX. 



345 



Farmer, Jacob, 160 

Joseph, 19, 23, 33, 48, 

58, 291, 298, 317, 325 

Farnsworth, William, 255, 265 

Farnum, James, 52, 60 

John, 52, 60 

Fisk, William, 110, 211 

Fling, William, 233, 240 

Flint, Elijah, 19, 27, 35, 38, 51, 

60, 78, 85, 100, 106, 

123, 130, 147, 154, 172, 

179, 195, 206, 210, 230, 

239, 260, 268, 289, 296, 

320, 327 

Folsom, John, 19, 67, 215, 248 

Foster, Alfred, 276, 277 

French, Andrew, 22, 32, 47, 57, 

74, 83, 104, 120, 125, 

142, 151, 170, 175, 192, 

201, 226, 236, 254, 265 

Frye, John, 18, 20 (2), 28, 35, 40, 

45 (2), 53, 61, 80, 86, 

89, 90, 101, 107 



Gale, Benjamin, 110 

Gamble, Archibald, 27, 35, 52, 
60, 78, 86, 100, 107, 
122, 129, 146, 153, 172, 
178, 195, 205, 209, 232, 
240, 259, 268, 289, 296, 
320, 327 

Archibald, Jr., 28, 35, 

60, 78, 86, 146, 153, 

195, 205, 209, 232, 240, 

259, 268, 278, 283, 296, 

298, 320, 327 

John, 52, 60, 73, 79, 86, 
100, 107, 123, 131, 146, 
153, 172, 178, 188 (3), 
195, 205, 209, 213, 215, 
217, 232, 240, 255, 265, 
278, 283, 293, 307, 309, 
313, 316, 324, 332 (3), 
333, 334, 335 (3), 337 

Thomas, 27, 35, 52, 60, 
79, 86, 100, 107, 123, 
130, 146, 153, 172, 178, 
195, 205, 209, 232, 240, 
259, 268, 289, 296, 
310, 327 

Thomas, Jr., 52 

Samuel, 232, 240, 260, 
268, 289, 296, 320, 327 



Gamble, William, 26, 34, 51, 60, 

69, 79, 86, 100, 106 

Garvin, Jacob, 53, 61, 79, 85, 101, 

107, 124, 131, 148, 

155; heirs, 261, 269, 

291, 298, 322, 328 

Mrs. Margaret, 173, 181, 

196, 207, 233, 240, 261, 

269, 291, 297, 322, 328 

William, 34 

Gault, William, 194, 204 

George, John, 110 

Giles, Edward, 261, 269 

Samuel, 146, 153, 171, 178, 

320, 327 

Gillis, Jotham, or Jonathan, 

284, 294 
Gilmsre, Kobert, 223 

Goodwin, , 102 

Gould, John, 66, 88, 114 

Graham, William, 56 

Greeley, Gilbert, 27, 35 (2), 51, 

60, 78, 85, 89, 100, 

106, 109, 110, 112, 113, 

123, 130, 147, 154, 172, 

179, 188, 195, 199 (2), 

206, 210, 231, 239, 242, 

260, 268, 271, 289, 296, 

302, 320, 327, 330 

Dustin, 123, 131 

Zaccheus, 27, 35, 51, 60, 

78, 85, 100, 106, 

123, 130 

George F., 230, 238 

Griffin, James, 19, 21, 32, 39, 42, 

43, 44, 46, 56 (2), 57, 

63, 67 (2), 69, 73, 83, 

90 (2), 98, 105, 115, 

122, 128, 137 (2), 144, 

152, 163, 164, 171, 177, 

188 (2), 189 (2), 194, 

203, 216 (2), 217, 220, 

228, 238, 249, 257, 266, 

283, 284, 293, 294, 

311, 315, 324 

John, 17. 18 (2), 20, 21; 

est,, 26, 32, 35, 46, 51, 

57, 60, 67, 69, 83, 95, 

104, 115, 120, 125, 

142, 151, 171, 177, 194, 

203, 228, 237, 255, 265, 

275, 285, 294, 317, 325 

Parker, 52, 60 

Theophilus, 24, 34, 92 

(2), 224 



346 



INDEX. 



H 



Had ley, Rodney, 120, 125, 141 

Hale, William, 66 

Hall, Daniel, 23, 33, 48, 58, 75, 

84, 96, 115, 121, 127, 

136 (2), 137, 143, 152, 

158 (2), 160, 161, 162, 

163 (2), 170, 176, 183 

(2), 185, 188 (2), 189 

(2), 202, 216 (2), 227, 

237, 256, 266, 285, 

294, 325 

David, e 193 

.Tames, 156, 157, 168°, 242, 
284, 293, 316, 324 

Henry, 156, 157, 168, 242 

Hiram, 286, 295 

John, 23, 33, 48, 58, 69, 75, 
96, 104, 120, 125, 142, 
151, 156, 170, 175, 192, 
201, 215, 226, 237, 254, 
265, 284, 293, 315, 324 

Joseph B., 23, 33, 48, 58, 
70, 75, 84, 89, 97, 104, 
120, 125, 143, 152, 170, 
176, 193, 202, 218, 227, 
237, 256, 266, 285, 294, 
316 324 

Moses, 142, 151, 169,' 175, 

192, 226, 236, 285, 294, 

317, 330, 335 

Luke, 35, 51, 60, 78, 85, 101, 
107, 183, 186, 190, 223 

Patten, 120, 125, 144, 152, 
170, 176, 193, 202, 216, 
226, 236, 249, 255, 265, 
277, 283, 293, 298, 304 
(2), 310 (2), 311, 312, 
313, 314, 315, 324, 332 

Robert, 28, 36, 53, 61, 71, 

102, 108, 124, 132, 142, 

151, 171, 177, 194, 203, 

228, 238, 263 (3), 270 

(3), 302 (2), 330 

Samuel, 19, 20 (2), 23, 31, 
33, 42 (2), 43 (2), 48, 
58, 67 (2), 75, 84, 89, 
90 (2), 91, 97, 115, 
117, 120, 125, 137, 138, 
139, 144, 152, 159, 163, 
170, 176, 189, 193, 202, 
214, 216 (2), 219, 227, 
237, 249, 254, 265, 278 



Hall, Samuel (3), 284, 293, 311, 

316, 324 

William, 29, 36, 41, 54, 

61, 84 

& Kidder, 29, 54 

Harris, Daniel, 27, 35, 42, 60, 80, 

86, 107, 122, 129, 146, 
154, 172, 178, 195, 205, 
209, 232, 240, 259, 268, 

289, 396, 320 

Willard, 115, 122, 129, 

146, 154, 172, 178, 195, 

205, 209, 232, 240, 248, 

259, 268, 289, 296, 

321, 327 

Hardy, Daniel, 196, 206, 209 

Hubbard, 317, 325 

James T., 258, 267 

Jonathan, 290, 297 

Richard, 23, 32, 48, 68, 

67, 75, 83, 98, 105, 313 

Simeon, 284, 294 

Thomas, 22, 32, 48, 58, 

74, 83, 98, 105, 121, 

127, 143, 151, 157, 170, 

175, 193, 202, 227, 237, 

248, 256, 266, 286, 295, 

302, 317, 325, 330 

Thorndike, 196, 207, 209 

William, 23, 32, 48, 58, 

75, 83, 98, 105 

Hart-well, Jesse, 287, 296 

Harvey, Cesar, 27, 180 (2), 186, 

190, 275, 279 

Daniel, 52 

Gilman, 216, 230, 238, 

319, 326, 334 (3) 

Ginger, 250 

John, 20, 28, 35, 288, 296, 

325, 336 

Jonas, 25, 34, 39 (2), 50, 

59, 62, 70 (2), 77, 85, 

87, 90, 99, 106, 115, 
117, 122, 129, 137 (2), 
138 (2), 139 (2), 145, 
153, 163, 164, 171, 178, 
183, 194, 204, 222, 229, 
238, 249 (2), 251, 258, 
267, 275, 27S (3), 2S7, 

295, 319, 326 

Jonathan, 50, 59, 63, 67, 

77, 85, 130, 162, 187, 

211, 276, 311 

Mathew, 110, 159, 310 



INDEX. 



347 



Harvey & Emerson, 54, 61, 102, 

124, 132, 149, 156, 

167, 182 

Harwood, Daniel, 22, 33, 47, 57, 

74, 83, 91, 96, 104, 120, 

126, 223 

David, 315, 324 

John, 22, 32, 47, 57, 74, 

83, 90, 104, 120, 125 
(2), 141, 150, 170, 175, 
193, 201, 226, 237, 254, 
265, 284, 294, 315, 324 

John, Jr., 19, 22, 32, 
47, 57, 74, 83 
William P., 192, 200, 
226, 236, 255, 265, 283, 
293, 311 
Haseltine or Haselton, some- 
times spelled Hesel- 
tine, Absalom, 322, 328 
Asa, 3d, 52, 60, 86, 

122, 130, 147, 154, 164, 
172, 178, 195, 205, 209, 
230, 248, 260, 268, 
322, 328 
Asa, Jr., 27, 35, 51, 

60, 78, 86, 100, 106 
Asa, 3d, 52, 60, 86, 
100, 106 
David, 24, 33, 49, 58, 

84, 97, 105, 121, 148, 

154, 173, 181 

Edward, 261, 269, 289, 

297, 321, 327 

Jeptha, 256, 266, 290, 

297. 322, 328, 335 

Jonathan, 27, 35, 42, 

52, 60, 67 (2), 78, 86, 

90, 107, 114, 115, 123, 

137, 146, 164, 172, 180, 

189, 196, 206, 209, 216, 

232, 240, 259, 268, 271, 

278, 289, 296, 300, 311, 

321, 327, 336 

John, 26, 34, 51, 52, 

60, 77, 85, 99, 106, 

131, 153, 172, 178, 196, 

206, 209, 230, 239, 259, 

267, 288, 296, 320, 326 

John, Jr., 35, 60, 78, 

86, 100, 106, 115, 122, 

130, 137, 147, 154, 172, 

178, 195, 205, 209, 230, 

238, 259, 268, 289, 297, 

312, 321, 327 



Haseltine, John, 3d, 78, 101, 123, 

146, 153, 154 

Kadmial, 259, 267, 288, 

296, 320, 327 

Moses, 24, 33, 41, 49, 58 

Moses, of Chester, 56 

Philip, 23, 33 

Phineas, 147, 154, 

173, 180 

Sewell, 75, 84, 

322, 328 

Silas, 100, 106, 122, 

130, 147, 154, 172, 178, 

195, 205, 209, 216, 230, 

239, 244, 260, 268, 288, 

296, 320, 326 
Stephen, 28, 35, 196, 

207, 209, 230, 239, 259, 
267, 288, 296, 320, 326 

William, 121, 128, 

148, 154, 173, 181, 188, 
189, 196, 207, 233, 239, 

240, 261, 269, 290, 297, 

316, 319, 325 
Hazen, John, 66 

Head, Samuel, 102, 107, 124, 132, 

149, 155, 167, 181, 197, 

208, 233, 241, 262, 

270, 330 

Healey, Joseph, 211, 215, 276, 277 

Hill, Isaac, 110 

Hogg-, Elijah, 49, 58, 75, 84 

William, 26, 35, 76, 84 

Hoit, Benjamin P., 193, 201 

Hough, George, 110 

Howard, John, 22, 32 

Huntoon, Willard, 255, 265, 283, 

293, 315, 324 

Huse, Isaac, 18, 19 (3), 20 (2), 

26, 31, 34, 37, 38 (2), 

39, 40 (2), 43 (2), 44, 

45 (3), 51, 55, 56, 59, 

62, 65, 68, 69 (2), 77, 

85, 88, 92, 99, 106, 

114, 115, 122, 129, 136, 

146, 153, 172, 178, 184, 

188 (2), 189, 190 (2), 

191 (2), 192, 195, 197, 

205, 209 (2), 211. 212, 

214 (2), 217, 218, 219 

(2), 224 (2), 230, 235, 

239, 241, 24 3, 244, 245, 

247, 248, 249 (2), 258, 

267, 288, 296, 320, 326 

Hutchins, Levi, no 



348 



INDEX. 



121, 



Jackson & Adams, 
John, 
Leonard, 

Levi, 66, 

L. & M., 

Samuel, 90, 93, 96, 
116, 118, 121, 127, 
141, 143, 152, 156, 
164, 165, 170, 176, 
190, 193, 198, 202, 
218, 219, 224, 227, 
242, 244, 249, 255, 
272, 274, 277, 279, 
285, 294, 305 (2), 
311, 317, 325, 332, 
Jacobs, Samuel, 319, 

Johnson, Jeremiah, 317, 

Jesse, 24, 34, 39, 
50, 59, 63, 76, 84, 
98, 105, 122, 129, 
145, 153, 164, 171, 
194, 204, 229, 238, 
267, 287, 295, 318, 
Moses, 

Nathan, 19, 20, 28, 
44, 53, 56, 61, 80, 
89, 101, 107. 115 
123, 131, 137, 147, 
163, 173, 180, 185, 
196, 207, 216, 232, 
269. 290, 297, 310, 
322, 
Nathan, Jr., 322, 
Jonah, Thomas, 199, 



K 



29 

36 

127 

110 

330 

104, 

139, 

162, 

188, 

216, 

237, 

266, 

281, 

310, 

334 

326 

325 

42, 

89, 

137, 

177, 

257, 

326 

28 

35, 

86, 

(2), 

154, 

188, 

240, 

311, 

328 

328 

208 



Keith, Caleb, 212 

Kent, John, 24, 33 

William A., 110 

Kennedy, Matthew, 197, 208, 225, 
236, 262, 269, 278, 291, 
298, 311, 323, 329 

Kidder, Mrs. Eetsv, 170, 175, 193, 
201, 226, 236, 255, 265, 
283, 299, 304, 315, 324 

Kiddor & Hall, 29, 54, 61 

Samuel P., 17, 19 (3), 20 
(2), 21, 32 (3), 43 (2), 
44, 46, 57, 65, 67 (2), 
71, 74, 83, 89, 93, 96, 
104, 115, 120, 126. 137, 



Kidder, Samuel, 142, 151; heirs of, 

226, 236, 255, 265, 283, 

293, 315, 324 

Kimball, Amos, 19, 21, 31, 42, 46, 

57, 73, 83, 95, 103, 

125, 136, 141, 150, 169, 

174, 192, 200, 225, 236, 

262, 269, 291, 298, 

323, 329 

Calvin, 291, 298 

Ezra, 28, 36, 53, 61, 102, 

107. 124, 132, 141, 150, 

167. 169, 174, 192, 197, 

200, 225, 236, 241, 262, 

269, 291, 298, 323, 328 

Joseph, 28, 52, 60 

Nathan, 21, 31, 46, 57, 

73, 82, 89, 95, 103, 118, 

125, 141, 150, 164, 169, 

174, 188, 192, 200, 225, 

236, 262, 269, 291, 298, 

323, 328 

Samuel E., 225, 236, 

323, 328 

Knowles, Nathan, 243 



Lamb, Dana, 
Lancey, Thomas, 



316, 324 

159, 218, 

250, 280 

Laugley, John 226, 236 

Leach, Benjamin, 29, 36, 54, 61, 

102, 108, 124. 132, 149, 

156, 167, 181, 198, 208, 

233, 241, 262. 270, 

300, 330 

Livermore. Arthur, 66, 162 

Lovejoy, William, 336 



M 



McAllister, George, 28, 36, 54, 

61, 102, 108, 124, 132, 

149, 156, 208, 234, 263, 

270, 300, 330 

McCor, Alexander, 57, 73, 83, 
124, 132 

McGregor, , land of. 124 

McQuesten, James, 42, 49, 54, 58, 
67, 70, 75, 84, 90, 92, 
99, 106, 112, 123, 131, 
146, 153, 172, 178, 188 
(2), 195, 205, 209, 216, 



INDEX. 



349 



McQuesten, James, 223, 230, 239, 
245 (2), 247, 248, 253, 
258, 264, 267, 272, 275, 
277, 288, 296, 311 (2), 
320, 326 
Mace, James S., 222 

Mack, Benjamin, 111 

Daniel, 302, 330 

Kobert, 307 

Manter, sometimes spelled Men- 
tor, George, 29, 36, 
54, 61, 87, 124, 133, 
149, 157, 167, 168, 182, 
198, 208, 233, 242, 263, 
270, 300, 330 
Marden, Josiah, 94, 118, 123, 131, 
137, 148, 164, 173, 181, 
196, 207 
Newell, 196, 207, 215, 
233, 240, 261, 269, 290, 
297, 322 
& Seavey, 156 

Marston, Levi, 256, 266 

Martin, Joshua, 124, 132, 168, 

182 

Josiah, 154 

Eobert, 46, 57, 73, 82 

Mason, Jeremiah, 19 

Matson, Aaron, 110, 159, 336 

Means, David McG., 110 

Merrill, Amos, 322, 328 

Ezekiel S., 23, 33, 48, 

58, 75, 84, 97, 113. 

121, 127, 144, 152, 170, 

176, 193, 202, 223, 228, 

237, 256, 266, 285, 294, 

318, 325 

Capt. Israel, 19, 21, 32, 

46, 57, 69, 70, 74, 83, 

92, 99, 106, 115, 116 

(2), 122, 129, 144, 145, 

151, 153, 171 (2), 177, 

178, 194, 204, 210, 216, 

218, 220, 223, 230, 238, 

241, 245, 247, 249, 250 

(2), 253 (2), 258, 264, 

267, 271, 272, 273, 275, 

277, 279, 286, 295, 300, 

310, 311, 319, 326, 330 

Moses, 41 

Nathaniel, 19, 26, 30, 

34, 36, 51, 54, 59, 62, 

63, 97, 105, 113. 121, 

127, 143, 152, 171, 176, 

194, 203, 223, 228, 237, 



Merrill, Nathaniel, 256, 266, 284, 

285, 294, 317, 325 

Nathaniel, Jr., 122, 129, 

143, 151, 174, 175, 188, 

193, 201, 226, 237, 254, 

265, 275, 279, 293, 

316, 324 

Merritt, Moses D., 24, 33 

Miller, Gen. James, 211, 215 

Miltemore, John H., Ill 

Moody, Stephen, 66 

Moor or Moore, Mrs. Betsey, 144, 

153, 171, 177, 194, 204,' 

229, 238, 247, 258, 267, 

288, 296 

Cyrus, 145, 153, 164, 171, 

177, 189, 195, 204, 216, 

229, 238, 257, 267, 287, 

295, 318, 326 

Mrs. Elizabeth, 98, 105, 

122, 128 

Franklin, 171, 178, 219, 230, 

238, 245 (2), 247, 249, 

251 (2), 252, 253, 257, 

267, 272, 273 (2), 274, 

276 (2), 277, 278, 280, 

281 (4), 282 (4), 287, 

295, 298, 304, 305, 306 

(3), 308, 309 (3), 313, 

314, 318, 326, 332, 334 

(2), 337 (2) 

Gilman, 229, 238, 257, 267, 

287, 295, 318, 326 

Hugh, 47, 145, 153 

John G., 17 (2), 18, 19, 20 

(2), 21, 30, 31, 32, 36, 

37, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45 

(2), 55, 56 (3), 57, 

62, 63 (2), 69, 72, 73, 

83, 95, 104, 114, 120, 

125 

Capt. Joseph, 19 (2), 24, 

33, 37, 38 (4), 39 (2), 

40 (3), 42 (3), 45 (3), 

50, 59, 63, 65, 66, 67, 

69, 70, 76, 81, 84, 88- 

90, 92, 93 (4), 94, 98, 

103, 105, 109, 111 (2), 

112, 113, 115 (3), 116- 

118, 122 (2), 128, 129, 

136, 137 (2), 139 (2), 

140, 145, 153, 162 (3), 

162, 163 (2), 164, 166, 

171, 177, 184, 188. 



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INDEX. 



Moor, Capt. Joseph, 189 (2), 194, 

204, 212, 216, 217, 223, 

224, 229, 238, 248, 249 

(2), 250, 257, 267, 278, 

288, 296, 307 

Joseph C, 258, 267, 287, 
295, 318, 326 

Moses, 321, 328 

Nathaniel, 33, 39, 41, 50, 
59, 62 (2), 67, 68, 69, 
70, 76, 84, 89 (2), 90, 
8S, 92, 98, 105, 114, 
115 (3), 116, 122, 128, 
134 (2), 136, 137, 140 
(2), 145, 153, 158, 159, 
161 (2), 162, 163, 164 
(2), 165 (3), 171, 177, 
183, 187, 188 (2), 189, 
190, 191, 194, 204, 213, 
216, 218, 219 (2), 223, 
229, 238, 244, 245, 247- 
249 (3), 253, 257, 267, 
273, 277, 280, 282, 287, 
295, 307 (2), 309 (2), 
310, 311, 313, 318, 325, 
332, 333 (2), 334, 335 
(2), 337 

Reuben, 49, 59, 62, 229, 
238, 257, 267, 278, 282, 
287, 295, 311, 318, 326 

Russell, 145, 153, 171, 178, 

194, 204, 210, 214 (3), 

218, 229, 238, 249, 257, 

267, 280, 286, 295, 310, 

318, 326 

Samuel, 19 (2), 20. 33, 39, 
42 (2), 43 (3), 44, 49, 
55. 56, 57, 63, 65, 67 
(3), 69 (2), 70, 71 (2), 
76, 81, 84, 90, 99, 106 

Samuel, Jr., 25, 34, 50, 59, 
62, 77, 85 

Samuel G., 24, 44, 46 

Morrill, David L., 66, 159, 162, 

187, 215, 247, 276, 310 

Morrison, John, Jr., 54, 61 

Morse, Grandison, 19, 34, 50, 59, 

79, 86, 100, 106, 123, 

130, 145, 153, 164, 

172, 179, 188 (2), 195, 

206, 209, 216, 230, 239, 

219' (2), 251, 260, 290, 

297, 310. 321, 327 

Jedediah, 29, 36, 54, 61, 



Morse, Jedediah, 102, 108, 124,. 

132, 149, 156, 167, 182„ 

198, 208, 233, 241 

Johnson, 260, 268, 290,, 

297, 322, 328 

Walter, 243- 

Mulligan, or Mulk, John, 27, 35, 

51, 60, 79, 86, 100 r 

106, 115, 123, 130, 147, 

154, 173, 18a 



N 



Nesmith, Cyrus, 285, 294- 

Robert, 29, 36, 53, 61, 

102, 108, 124, 132, 149, 

156, 167, 181, 197, 208 

Thomas, Londonderry, 

300, 330 

Nevill, , 29 

Newell, Thomas, 54, 149, 182 

Nutt, Anna, 76, 84 

Elijah A., 24, 33, 49, 59, 

62, 76, 84 

James. 25, 34, 40 (2), 41, 

42, 44, 50, 55, 59, 63, 

64, 77, 85, 98, 105, 121, 

128, 145, 153, 171, 177, 

194, 203, 218, 220, 228, 

235, 238, 240, 251 (2), 

252, 257, 264, 266, 279, 

280, 286, 295, 318, 326 

James, Jr., 25, 34, 50, 59, 

63, 77. 85, 91, 99, 106, 

121, 128, 145, 153, 171, 

177, 194, 203, 216, 228, 

238, 257, 266, 286, 292, 

295, 312, 318, 326 

Noyes, Parker, 66 

Nye, Jonathan, 336 



Odpll, Richard, 
Ordway, Ralph, 
Orr, John. 



162 

194, 203 

19, 66 



Palmer, Jonathan, 102, 107, 124, 

131 

Parker, Abel, 211 

Fdward, 159. 162 

Jamos, C^, 88, 114, 136, 

168, 182; heirs, 263, 



INDEX. 



351 



Parker, James, 270, 302, 330 

Nahum, 336 

Robert, 102, 107, 124, 

131, 149, 155, 165, 

181, 197, 208 

William, 28, 36, 53, 61, 

149, 155, 165, 181 

Pattee, John, 187 

John, Jr., 215 

Patterson, Thomas, 54, 61, 102, 

108, 124, 132, 149, 156, 

167, 242, 263, 270 

Thomas, Jr., 182, 

198, 208, 233, 300 

Pendexter, John, 110 

Perham, Capt. John, 25, 34, 313 

Robert, 25, 34, 50, 59, 

63, 76, 85, 99, 106 

Sarah, 25, 34 

William, 25, 40, 50, 59, 

63, 77, 85 

Perry, sometimes spelled Parry, 

Josiah, 19, 26, 34, 97, 

105, 121, 127, 143, 152, 

171, 176, 194, 203, 228, 

237, 255, 266, 285, 286, 

294, 295, 312, 317, 325 

Richard, 26, 34, 78, 85 

William, 26, 34, 51, 59, 78, 

85, 280, 312 

Pickering-, William, 336 

Pierce, Benjamin, 19, 247, 276 

(2), 309 

Phimmer, Hon. William, 19, 41, 

66, 110 

William, Jr., 110, 159 

Pollard, Charles, 193 

Daniel, 142, 151, 201 

Poor, Jesse, 194, 203 

Porter, Dudley, 29, 36, 54, 61, 

124, 133, 149, 157, 168, 

182, 198, 208, 234, 241, 

270, 302, 330 

John, 187 

Nehemiah, 21, 31, 192, 

200, 225, 236, 262, 269, 

291, 298, 322, 328 

Ruth, 40, 43, 70, 91 

Samuel, 24, 33, 70 (2), 

91, 116, 139 (2) 

Prescott, Ezra, 215, 248, 276, 310 

Pressey, Winthrop, 258', 267 

Pritchard, Burnam, 24, 34, 50, 

59, 63, 76, 85, 144, 152 



Proctor, Edward, 261, 269, 278, 

290, 297, 322, 328 

John, 28, 35, 40, 53, 61, 

80, 86, 89, 101, 107, 

114, 118 (3), 119, 123, 

131, 135, 136, 138, 140, 

147, 150, 154, 155, 158, 

159, 161 (2), 162, 166 

(2), 169, 173, 180, 187, 

189, 207, 232, 240, 248, 

261, 269, 290, 297, 311, 

322, 328 



Quarles, Samuel, 212, 336 

Quimby, ElisTia, 19 (2), 23, 33, 

42, 45 (2), 49, 58, 70 

(2), 75, 84, 90, 91 (2), 

97, 104, 109, 116, 121, 

127, 136, 137, 140, 143, 

152, 162, 164, 165, 170, 

176, 186, 188, 190, 193, 

202, 218, 227, 237, 243, 

255, 265, 277, 285, 294, 

317, 325 

Elisha, Jr., 121, 127, 

143, 152, 170, 176 

James, 46, 57, 73, 83, 

95, 104, 120, 125, 141, 

151, 169, 174, 188, 193, 

201, 226, 265, 278, 286, 

292, 295, 300, 310, 311, 

319, 326, 330 



Ray, Jeremiah, 21, 32, 46, 57, 

73, 83 

John, 21, 32, 42, 46, 57, 73, 

83, 89, 91, 95, 104, 120, 

125, 141, 151, 169, 174, 

192, 200, 215, 225, 236, 

246, 247, 248 (2), 252, 

253, 255, 265, 274, 276, 

277 (2), 278, 283, 293, 

307 (2), 308, 309 (2), 

311, 312, 313, 315, 324, 

332 (3), 333, 335 (3) 

Redfield, Charles, 310 

Pearson, 198, 208, 

263, 270 

& Adams, 102, 108, 124, 

132, 149, 156, 167 



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INDEX. 



Richardson, Samuel M., 110, 114, 

136 

William, 149, 156, 

168, 182, 198, 208, 234, 

263, 270, 302, 330, 

of Chester, 167, 182 

Riddle, William P., 54, 62, 102, 

108, 124, 132 

Roaf, or Rolfe, Amos, 24, 33, 49, 

58, 76, 84, 122, 128, 

Moses, 19, 24, 33, 49, 58, 

76, 84, 99, 106, 122, 

128 

Rowell, Daniel, 175, 192, 201, 226, 

236, 254, 265 

Job, 22, 32, 47, 57, 65, 67, 

69, 70, 74, 83, 91, 92, 

95, 104, 116, 120, 125, 

134, 142, 151, 163, 170, 

175, 189, 192, 201, 217 

(2), 226, 236, 249, 254, 

265, 280, 284, 293, 300, 

310, 315, 324, 330 

Russell, Daniel, 170 

Jonathan, 173, 180, 283, 

293, 316, 324 

Levi, 28, 35, 40, 53, 61, 

80, 86, 101, 107 

Moore, 110 



Saltmarsh, Abbott, 225, 236 

Sanborn, Jeremiah, 102, 108, 124, 

133 

Nathaniel, 108 (2), 124, 

133 

Saunders, James H., 23, 32, 42, 

48, 58, 75, 84, 89 (2), 

97, 104, 121, 128, 143, 

152, 188, 194, 201, 227, 

237, 256, 266, 286, 294, 

316, 325 

James, Jr., 48, 58 

Jesse, 89, 97, 104, 121, 

128, 143 

Sawyer, Asa M., 35, 51, 60, 67, 

77, 85, 97, 105 

Daniel, 244 

James, Jr., 48, 58 

Jesse, 89, 97, 104, 121, 

128, 143, 152, 170 

Reuben, 20, 26, 35, 42, 

51, 00, 67, 68, 78, 86, 



Sawyer, Reuben, 99, 106, 115, 122, 

130, 147, 154, 163, 172, 
179, 195, 206, 210, 230, 
239, 259, 268, 288, 296, 

320, 327 

Reuben G., 178, 180, 195, 

206, 210, 216, 230, 239, 

259, 268, 278, 288, 

296, 310, 320, 327 

Seavey, Aaron, 94, 115, 118, 123, 

131, 137, 148, 156, 173, 
181, 189, 196, 207, 

232, 240 

Andrew, 96, 104, 120, 

126, 144, 152 

David, 28, 36, 47, 57, 74, 

83, 96, 104, 120, 126 

Secomb, John, 136, 162, 187, 

215, 248, 276, 277, 310 

Shannon, Nathaniel, 110 

Sheafe, James, 19 

Smith, Benjamin, 20, 44, 69, 

70, 91, 116 

Nathaniel, 28, 36, 53, 61, 

102, 108, 124, 132, 149, 

156, 167, 181, 198, 208, 

233, 241, 262, 270, 

300, 330 

Snow, William, 194, 204, 228, 238, 

258, 267, 288, 296, 318, 

325 

Southwick, James, 263, 270 

Sparhawk, James, of Grantham, 

110 
Jeremiah, 
Paulina, 



66 

69, 70, 
91, 116 
336 
260, 268 



Samuel. 

Spinney, Alexander, 

Stanyan, Jacob, 102. 108, 124, 133 

Stark, Albert, 255, 265, 291, 298, 

323, 329 

Archibald, 73, 83, 95, 

103, 114, 120, 125, 141, 

150, 169, 174, 192, 200, 

225, 236, 248, 262, 269, 

278 (3), 291, 298, 311, 

323, 328 

Charles, 169, 174, 255, 

265, 291, 298, 322, 329 

Widow Eliza, 21, 22, 32 

Eliza, 2d, 22, 32 

Frederic G.. 47, 57, 65, 

66, 69, 70, 72, 73, 82, 



INDEX. 



353 



Stark, Frederic G., 83, 88 (2), 90, 
92, 93, 95, 104, 111, 
114, 116 (2), 117 (2), 
118, 120, 125, 134, 136 
(3), 137 (4), 139, 140, 
141, 151, 157 (2), 159, 
161, 162 (2), 163, 164, 
165 (4), 166, 169, 171, 
173, 175, 185, 188 (2), 
189, 191, 192, 201, 215, 
216 (3), 219, 222, 226, 
235, 236, 245 (3), 248, 
249 (2), 252, 253, 255, 
264, 265, 272, 273 (5), 
274 (2), 275, 276, 277 
(2), 278 (2), 279, 280, 
281 (3), 282 (2), 283, 
293 (2), 304, 305, 306 
(2), 307, 309, 311 (3), 
312, 315, 324 

Gradus B., 22, 32, 46, 57, 

74, 83, 95, 104, 120, 

126, 142, 151, 159, 175, 

192, 201, 226, 236, 255 

265, 284, 293 

Gen. John, 21, 40, 95, 136, 

150, 158, 167, 269, 291, 

298, 300 

John, 141, 169, 174, 192, 

200, 217, 225, 236, 248, 

251, 262, 269, 323, 

329, 334 

John, Jr., 21, 32, 41, 42, 
46, 57, 67, 70, 73, 81, 
83, 87, 95, 103, 120, 
125, 137, 163, 169, 174, 
184, 185, 188, 192, 200, 
213, 215, 225, 236, 251, 
262, 280, 291, 298, 310, 
311, 329 

John, 2d, 31, 141, 150 

John, 3d, 21, 46, 57, 67, 73, 
82, 119, 125, 141, 151, 
169, 174, 192, 200, 215, 
225, 236, 262, 269, 276, 
291, 298, 323, 329 

John, 4th, 17, 19 (2), 20 
(2), 21, 32, 40 (2), 41, 
43, 45 (2), 46, 57, 69- 
73, 81, 82, 83, 87, 92 
(2), 95, 103, 114, 
120, 125 

Lewis, 300 

Robert, 323, 329 



Stark, Samuel, 120, 125, 141, 151, 

163, 169, 174, 192, 200, 

225, 236, 262, 269, 298, 

323 329 

Samuel, Jr., 169, 174,' 200, 

225, 236, 262, 269, 291, 

298, 323, 329 

& Sullivan, 284, 294, 

315, 324 

Steel, David, 310 

Stevens, Alpheus, 96, 104, 120, 

125, 137, 142, 151, 170, 

175, 193, 202, 227, 237 
Benjamin, 22, 32, 46, 

58, 74, 83, 97, 104, 
114, 115, 120, 126, 144, 
152, 159, 161, 164, 170, 

176, 193, 203, 214, 219, 
227, 237; heirs of, 
254, 265, 283, 293 

David, 22, 32, 46, 57, 71, 

74, 83, 97, 105, 121, 

128, 142, 194, 228, 237, 

256, 266, 286, 295 

Capt. Ephraim, 19, 22, 
32, 37, 43, 48, 58, 64, 
69, 72, 74, 83, 96, 104, 
121, 127, 142, 151, 157, 
170, 175, 193, 202, 227, 
237, 247, 317, 325 

Ephraim, Jr., 22, 32, 
36, 38, 40, 42, 48, 58, 
65, 69 (2), 70 (2), 71 
(2), 74, 81, 82, 83, 88, 
89 (2), 92, 93, 94 (2), 
96, 103, 104, 109-116, 
118 (3), 121, 127, 135, 
138, 143, 151, 162, 170, 
175, 184, 193, 202, 215, 
227, 237, 242. 243, 253 
(2), 256, 266, 272, 278, 
285, 294, 298, 308, 317, 
325, 337 

Ezekiel, 23, 33, 48, 58, 
75, 84 

Francis, 256, 266 

Franklin, 322, 328 

Herbert, or Hibert, 
193, 203, 228, 238, 254, 
265, 272, 283, 293, 306 
(2), 310, 316, 324 

Isaac, 23, 33, 48, 58, 68, 
75, 84, 91, 96, 104, 
142, 151, 171, 177, 193, 



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INDEX. 



Stevens, Isaac, 203, 232, 240, 256, 

266, 286, 295, 302 

John, 97, 105, 120, 125, 

128, 144, 152, 163 

Philip, 22, 32, 46, 57, 67, 

83, 91, 96, 104, 120, 

126, 142, 151, 159 (2), 

162, 170, 175, 192, 201, 

226, 237, 248, 254, 265, 

284, 293, 305, 309, 

315, 324 

Philip, Jr., 254, 265, 284, 

293, 316, 324 

Robert, 285, 294, 317, 

325 

Roger, 22, 32, 42, 46, 

57, 192, 197, 200, 225, 

236, 262, 269, 283, 293, 

315, 324 
Widow Ruth, 283, 293, 

316, 324 
Timothy, 22, 32, 46, 57 
Timothy, Jr., 22, 32 

Stewart, David, 19, 41, 66, 88, 

114, 136, 151, 201 

Stickney, William, 110 

Sullivan, George, 336 



Taggart, Thomas, 244 

Taylor, James, 149, 182, 199, 

208, 234, 263, 270, 

302, 330 

Henry, 149, 182, 199, 

208, 234, 263, 270, 

302, 330 

Samuel, 149, 157, 168, 

182, 199, 208, 234, 242, 

263, 270, 302, 330 

Tenney, Samuel S. J., 284, 294 

Tilton, Theophilus, 283, 293, 

315, 324 

Trask, Israel, 28, 36 



U 



Underhill, Jesse, 56 

Upham, Nathaniel, 66, 110 

W 

Walker, Silas, 312 

Timothy, 110 



Wallace, John, Jr., 215, 247, 

276 (2) 

William, 92 

Watts, Daniel, 53, 80, 85, 101, 

107, 123, 131, 137, 139, 

147, 155, 173, 181, 196, 

207, 216, 217, 220, 233, 

240, 248, 261, 269, 291, 

298, 308, 310, 311, 322, 

328, 333, 335, 336 

John, 29, 36, 54, 61 

Webster, Amos, 27, 35, 52, 60, 78, 

86, 100, 106, 122, 154, 

173, 195, 205, 209, 231, 

239, 260, 269, 289, 

297, 321, 327 

Amos, Jr., 172, 180, 

189, 196 (2), 206, 231, 
239, 261, 269, 289, 

321 (2) 

David, 24, 27, 35. 39, 

42, 52, 60, 62, 78, 86, 

92, 100, 106, 122, 129, 

147, 152, 154, 172, 177, 

179, 195, 205, 209, 231, 
239, 259, 268, 289, 

297, 321, 327 
David, Jr., 33, 49, 59, 
76, 84, 90, 98, 105, 122, 
128, 139, 144, 171, 194, 
204 (2), 209, 219, 228, 
238, 245, 257, 266, 273, 
278, 286, 295, 307, 319 
David, 3d, 147, 154, 173, 

180, 196, 206, 209, 231, 

239, 259, 268 

Eben, 52, 60, 78, 86. 90, 

100, 106, 122, 129, 147, 

154, 163, 172, 179, 195- 

205, 209, 231, 239, 252, 

261, 269, 275, 279, 

297, 310, 321, 327 

Enos, 24, 27, 33, 39, 49, 

59, 62, 76, 84, 98, 105 

Ezekiel, 215 

Franklin, 171, 177, 194, 

204, 229, 238, 257, 266, 

286, 295, 319, 326 

Israel, 19, 27, 35, 38, 

42, 52, 60, 67 (3), 78, 

86, 90, 91, 92, 100, 

106, 115 (2), 122, 129, 

137, 146, 154, 164 (2), 

165 (2), 168, 172, 178. 

190, 191, 195, 196, 



INDEX. 



355 



Webster, Israel, 198 (2), 205, 
208-210, 221 (2), 222, 
223, 231, 240, 242, 252, 
259, 268, 271, 278, 289, 
300, 302, 321, 327, 330 

Israel, Jr., 322, 328 

John, 129, 135, 146, 

154, 161, 172, 178, 195, 

205, 209, 232, 240, 268, 

296, 321, 327 

John, Jr., 35, 52, 

60, 78, 86, 100, 107, 

122 

John G., 153, 154, 172, 
178, 195, 205, 209, 230, 

239, 248, 258, 267, 288, 

296, 320, 326 

John P., 25, 34, 42, 50, 

59, 62, 67, 76, 84, 99, 

106, 116, 122, 129, 147, 

154, 259 

Joshua, 78, 86, 100, 

106, 122, 129, 137, 

146, 154, 172, 179, 188, 

195, 205, 209, 216, 232, 

240, 249, 259, 268, 289, 
297, 311 (2), 321, 327 

Stephen P., 336 

Viranus, 196, 204, 229, 

238, 257, 266, 286, 295 
Wells, Thomas, 261, 269, 287, 

295, 319, 326 
West, John, 110 

Wescott or Westgate, Joseph, 

52, 60, 123, 130, 210 

Seth, 100, 107 

Stephen, 27, 35, 51, 60. 

77, 85 

Weston, Amos, 26, 34, 38, 39, 51, 

59, 77, 85, 89, 99, 106, 

114, 123, 129, 131, 134, 

136, 147, 153, 172, 178, 

180, 195, 205, 209, 230, 

239, 246, 249, 258, 267, 
275, 288, 296, 320, 326 

Amos, Jr., 25, 34, 39, 50, 
59, 62, 77, 85, 87, 90, 
93, 94, 99, 103, 106, 
109, 110, 111, 113-116, 
118 (5), 119, 123, 131, 
135, 136, 137 (2), 140 
(4), 150, 153, 155, 158, 
159, 161 (2), 162, 163, 
165 (3), 166 (2), 169, 



Weston, Amos, Jr., 172, 178, 183, 

187 (3), 189, 190 (5), 

191 (4), 192, 195,197, 

199, 205, 208, 209 (2), 

210 (2), 211, 212 (3), 

213 (2), 214 (3), 216 

(2), 217, 218 (4), 219 

(6), 222, 224, 230, 235 

(2), 239, 241, 243 (5), 

244 (4), 245 (2), 247, 

248 (2), 249, 250 (2), 

258, 267, 273 (4), 274 

(2), 276, 277, 280, 281 

(3), 282 (3), 288, 293, 

296, 305, 306 (3), 307, 

309, 312, 319, 326 

Elbridge, 288, 290 

Wheeler, Daniel, 319, 326 

Whipple, Thomas, Jr., 110, 159, 

211, 276, 277 

Whicher, or Whittier, or Whid- 

den, Dearborn, 28, 

36, 53, 61 

Michael, 230, 239, 260, 

268 

White, John, 30, 36, 54, 62 

Joseph, 77, 85 

Phillis, 250, 279, 312 

Moses, 212, 236 

William, 23, 33, 49, 58 

Whitteniore, Jacob, 25, 34, 53, 61, 

80, 85, 101, 107, 115, 

123, 131, 137, 148, 154, 

173, 181, 196, 207, 215, 

217, 233, 240, 261, 269, 

291, 297, 312, 322, 328 

Whitney & Cutler, of Boston, 

102 

Wilson, Mary, 217, 250, 280 

Polly (Mary?), 116 (2), 

139, 312 

Robert, 28, 36, 54, 62. 

102, 108 

Woodbury, Levi, 162, 187 

Woodman, Charles, 159 

Woolson, Thomas, 336 



Young, Cyrus, 173, 180, 195, 206, 

209, 230, 238, 260, 268, 

290, 297, 321, 327 

Daniel, 171, 177, 227, 237, 

263, 270, 284, 293, 

316, 324 



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INDEX. 



Young, David, 196, 207, 209 

Edward, 123, 130, 145, 
153, 172, 179, 195, 206, 
209, 230, 239, 260, 268, 
290, 297, 321, 327 

Hezekiah, 19, 23, 33, 48, 
58, 67, 75, 84, 97, 105, 
120, 125, 136, 144, 152, 
170, 176, 193, 202, 227, 
237, 248, 249, 256, 266, 
285, 294, 316, 324 

Israel, 47, 57, 73, 83, 96, 
104, 115, 120, 125, 139, 
142, 151, 170, 175, 193, 
201, 226, 237, 254, 265, 
271, 275, 279, 284, 
316, 324 

James, 108, 123, 130, 146, 
153, 172, 180, 188, 196, 
206, 209, 230, 239, 248, 
250, 260, 268, 273, 279, 
288, 296, 320, 327 

Jonathan, 26, 34, 50, 59, 
70, 79, 86, 89, 99, 106, 
123, 130, 145, 153, 179, 
195, 198, 206, 209, 230, 
239, 242, 260, 280 (2), 
290, 297, 300, 302, 312, 
321, 327, 330 (2) 

Jonathan, Jr., 98, 105, 
120, 125, 144, 151, 152, 
156, 171, 172, 177, 194, 
203, 227, 237, 254, 265, 
284, 293, 316, 324 
Jonathan, 3d, 230, 239 
260, 268, 271, 290, 297, 
321, 327 



Young, John, 25, 34, 40, 50, 59, 
62, 70, 77, 82, 85, 99,' 
106, 114 (2), 122, 129, 
145-153, 164, 171, 178, 
194, 204, 216, 218, 220, 
229, 238, 248, 250, 258, 
267, 280, 287, 295, 318 

John, Jr., 58, 80, 84, 97, 
105, 115, 121, 128, 143, 
170, 176 (2), 193, 202, 
213, 227, 256, 277, 294, 
317, 321, 325, 334 (2) 

John, Jr., 266, 285, 325 

John P., 290, 297, 327 

Joseph, 23, 32, 48, 58, 67, 
75, 83, 96, 104, 121, 
127, 143, 151, 163, 170, 
175, 193, 202, 216, 227, 
237, 250, 256, 266, 286, 
295, 311, 317, 325 

Moses, 76, 84, 97, 105, 
120, 125 

Peter, 25, 34, 50, 59, 63, 
77, 85, 99, 106, 122, 
129, 136, 139 (3), 145, 
150, 153, 155, 163, 171, 
178, 188, 194, 204, 221, 
222 (2), 229, 238, 248, 
250, 251, 258, 267, 287, 
295, 318, 326 

Richard, 28, 50, 59, 63, 77, 
85, 97, 105, 121, 128, 
143, 151, 170, 176, 193, 
202, 237, 256, 266, 285, 
294, 302, 313, 317, 
325, 330 

Robert, 256, 266, 285, 294 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Accounts (town), 1817, 20; 1818, 

44; 1819, 65, 68, 69 (report of 

com.) (2), 70, 92, 93; 1821, 

116; 1822, 137, 138; 1823, 162 

(9); 1824, 189 (6), 190; 1825, 

216 (2), 217 (9), 220-224; 

1826, 249, 250; 1827, 277 (7); 

1828, 311, 312. 

Advertisement, 109, 157, 272, 

280, 293 

Alewies, 19 

Amherst, shire town, vote, 188 

Arwin family, see poor, 90, 91 



Charges, town, 1817, 20; 1818, 
44; 1819, 69; 1820, 90 (2); 

1821, 117; 1822, 138; 1823, 
164; 1824, 190; 1825, 219; 
1826, 250; 1827, 277; 1828, 
312. 

Clerks, list of, 8; 1817, 19; 1818, 
41; 1819, 65; 1820, 88; 1821, 
114; 1822, 136; 1823, 161; 
1824, 187; 1825, 214; 1826, 
247; 1827, 276; 1828, 309. 

Collectors, 1817, 20; 1818, 44; 
1819, 70; 1820, 91; 1821, 117; 

1822, 139; 1823, 165; 1824, 
190; 1825, 220; accounts, 
220, 221; 1826, 251; 1827, 
279; 1828, 312. 

Constables, 1817, 19; 1818, 42; 
1819, 66; 1820, 89; 1821, 114 
(3); 1822, 136; 1823, 163; 
1824, 188; 1825, 215; 1826, 
248; 1827, 277; 1828, 310. 



Farm of Cesar Harvey, 279 (2) 



Fielddrivers, 1827, 278; 1828, 311 
Firewards, 68, 89, 114, 136, 162, 

188, 248, 277. 
Fishwards, 1817, 19; 1818, 42; 
1819, 67; 1820, 89, 90; 1821, 
115; 1822, 137; 1823, 164; 
1824, 189; 1825, 216; 1826, 
249; 1827, 278; 1828, 311. 



Graveyard, 



158, 159 



H 



Highways, discontinued, 41-43 
(2), 113, 117, 135, 139. 

districts, 89, 186 (2), 
190 (2). 

laid out, 40, 68 (2), 
135 (2), 138, 159, 160, 
161 (3), 164 (4), 247 
(4), 249, 250 (4), 275, 
279 (2), 304, 305 (2), 
305, 332, 334. 

repairs of, 1817, 20; 
1818, 44; 1819, 68; 
1820, 90; 1821, 117; 
1822, 138, 139; 1823, 
164, 184, 185, 186; 
1824, 190 (2); 1825, 
217; 1826, 250; 1827, 
277, 279; 1828, 312 
(2), 309; 312 (2), 
333 (3). 

surveyors, 1817, 20; 
1818, 42; 1819, 67; 
1820, 89; 1821, 114; 
1822, 136; 1823, 163; 
1824, 188; 1825, 215; 
1826, 248; 1827, 278; 
1828, 310. 



357 



358 



INDEX. 



N 



Indictment, regarding Mam- 
moth road, 304 

Inventory, 1817, 21-30; 1818, 46- 
54; 1819, 73-80; 1820, 95-102; 
1821, 125-133; 1822, 141-149; 
1823, 174, 182; 1824, 200-208; 
1825, 225-234; 1826, 254-263; 
1827, 283-291; 1828, 315-323. 



Nonresident taxpayers, 1818, 61; 
land, 71, 72; 1819, 90; 1820, 
102; land, 107, 108; 1821, 
124; 1822, 149, 155; 1823, 
taxes, 166-168; 1824, 197-199; 
1825, 241, 242; 1826, 270; 
land, 271; 1827, 300-302; 1828, 
330. 



Jurors, 1817, 17, 37; 1818, 56, 63, 
134, 210, 243, 251, 272, 280, 
305. 308. 334. 



Lawsuits, 71, 72 (3) ; indictment, 
Mammoth road, 304. 

License, 1818, 45 (3); 1819, 70 
(2), 71; 1820, 93 (3), 94, 109; 
1821, 118 (5); 1822, 140 (4); 
1823, 165 (3), 166; 1824, 190 
(2), 191 (2); 1825, 218 (2), 
219 (3), 235; 1826, 244 (2), 
245 (3), 272; 1827, 272, 273 
(4), 274 (2), 280, 281 (4), 282 
(2), 306 (2), 307 (2); 1828, 330 
(2); to refund money, 333 
(2); 334, 325. 



M 



Mammoth road, 161, 164, 184 (2), 
footnote, 184, 185, 186, 190, 
247, 250, 304, 305, 333 (3). 

Meeting-house, keeper, 68; re- 
pairs, 69, 71, 72, 81-83; keep- 
er, 90, 116; 1822, repairs, 135, 
138, 219, 247, 252; build new, 
252, 253 (3); move old, 252, 
253; repairs, 275, 279. 

Ministerial lot, 117 (4), 138 (2), 
139 (2), 275, 279, 313; art. 2, 
314. 

Moderator, 1817, 19; 1818, 41; 
1819, 65; 1820, 88, 110; 1821, 
114; 1822, 136; 1823, 161; 
1824, 187; 1825, 214, 217; 1826, 
247; 1827, 276; 1828, 309. 

Mont Vernon, voted for as shire 
town, 188 

Moor's ferry, 247 



Perham fund to the town, 313, 

314. 
Poor, 1818, 44; 1819, 69, 70 (2), 

71, 72; 1820, 90, 91 (2); 1821, 

116; 1822, 139, 140, 158, 159; 

1824, 213; 1S25, 217, 218 (5); 

1826, 250 (8); 1827, 277, 279 
(5), 280 (5); 1828, 312, 313. 

Population, 6 

Porter farm, 70 

Poundkeeper, 1817, 19; 1818, 42; 

1819, 68; 1820, 90; 1821, 116; 

1822, 137; 1823, 164; 1824, 

189; 1825, 216; 1826, 249; 

1827, 279; 1S28. 311. 
Preaching, 1817, 18, 20, 313, 314 
Presidential electors, votes for, 

1824, 211; 1828, 336. 
Prudential school committee, 
first chosen, 311 



Representatives, to congress, 
vote for, 1819, 
66; 1820, 110; 
1822, 158, 159; 
1824, 211, 215, 
276. 

to state legis- 
lature, list of, 
6; 1817, 19; 
1818, 42; 1819, 
«5; 1820, 88; 
1821, 114; 1822, 
136; 1823, 162; 
1824, 188; 1825, 
215; 1826, 248; 
1827, 277; 1828, 
309. 

Roads, see highways. 



INDEX. 



359 



Selectmen, list of, 6; 1817, 19; 
1818, 41; 1819, 69; vacancy, 
81 (2); 1820, 89; 1821, 114; 
1822, 136; 1823, 161; 1824, 
187; 1825, 214; 1826, 247; 
1827, 276; 1828, 309. 
School committee, first report, 
1818, 42; prudential, 
1828, 311. 
districts, division of, 18, 
20, 37 (2), 38 (3), 
39 (6), 41, 43, 90, 117, 
186, 190, 219, 275, 279, 
313, 314. 
house, 39 (2), 40; tax, 
62, 63, 135, 139, 209, 
210. 
money, 41, 43, 62, 113, 117, 
224. 
Shire town, vote for, 188 

State officers, votes, 1817, 19; 
1818, 41; 1819, 66; 1820, 88; 
1821, 114; 1822, 136; 1823, 
161, 162; 1824, 187; 1825, 215; 
1826, 247; 1827, 276, 277; 1828, 
309, 310. 



Taverns, licenses, 45 (3) ; see li- 
censes. 

Taxes, see charges. 

Tax lists, 1817, 31-36; 1818, 57- 
61; 1819, 82-86; 1820, 103- 
108; 1821, 119-124; 1822, 150- 
155; 1823, 169-173; 1824, 192- 
199; 1825, 236-242; 1826, 265- 
270; 1827, 293-303; 1828, 324- 
331. 

Town lines, perambulation of, 
56, 111 (2), 113, 117, 243, 244, 
307. 

Town meeting's, annual, 1817, 19, 
20; special, 37; annual, 1818, 
41, 42; 1819, 65, special, 72, 
81; 1820, 88-92, special, 110, 
111; 1821, 114-117; 1822, 136- 



Town meetings, special, 139; 
special, 159; 1823, 161-165; 
special, 184, 185; 1824, 187- 
190: special, 210, 213; an., 

1825, 214-218, spec, 242; an., 

1826, 247-252, spec, 251, 253; 
spec, 272; an., 1827, 276-280; 
spec, 280, 304, 305-307; an., 
1828, 309-313; spec, 334, 336. 

Treasurers, list of, 6; 1817, 19; 
1818, 42; 1819, 66; 1820, 89; 
1821, 114; 1822, 136; 1823, 
162; 1824, 188; 1825, 215; re- 
port, 221-224; 1826, 248, re- 
port, 250-252; 1827, 277; 1828, 
310. 

Tythingmen, 1819, 67; 1823, 163; 
1824, 188; 1825, 215; 1826, 
248; 1827, 278; 1828, 310. 

W 

Warrants, collectors, 1817, 31; 
1818, 55, 62; 1819, 82; 
1820, 102, 103; 1821, 
119; 1822, 150, 155; 
1823, 166, 168; 1824, 
191, 196, 197, 208; 
1825, 235, 240; 1826, 
264; 1827, 292. 

for drawing jurors," 
1817, 17, 37; 1818,, 
55, 63. 

for town meetings, 
1817, 18, 36; 1818, 40, 
41; 1819, 64, 71, 81; 
1820, 87, special, 109, 
110; 1821, 112, 113; 
1822, 134, 135; spe- 
cial, 158; 1823, 160; 
special, 183; 1824, 
185, 186; special, 210, 
212; an., 1825, 213, 
214; an., 1826, 246, 
247; an., 1827, 274, 
275; spec, 304, 305; 
an., 1828, 308, 309; 
spec, 313, 332, 335.